Michelle Harris, MEd, MSc

Senior Research Program Coordinator for Global Programs

Michelle Harris is the Senior Research Program Coordinator for Global Programs at the Berman Institute. She is primarily responsible for coordinating the Fogarty African Bioethics Post-Doctoral Fellowship program, in addition to other programs affiliated with the African Bioethics Consortium.  Michelle has relocated from Houston, Texas, where she worked as a behavior research coordinator on a NSF-funded longitudinal panel study at Rice University.   She graduated with a MEd in comparative and global education from Sam Houston State University in 2018, an MSc in cognitive psychology from University of Kent in 2012, and a BA in psychology from Purdue University in 2011.  Her primary research/career interests are international education program management, with special focus on minority, low-income, 1st generation, and other underrepresented groups’ participation in in global education opportunities.

Research Interests

  • International education program management, with special focus on minority, low-income, 1st generation, and other underrepresented groups’ participation in in global education opportunities

Education

  • MEd, Comparative and global education, Sam Houston State University
  • MSc, Cognitive psychology, University of Kent
  • BA, Psychology, Purdue University