Stephanie E. Vasko
Stephanie E. Vasko is a researcher who uses qualitative and quantitative methods to provide clients with tailored solutions and to explore interesting research questions. She mainly focuses on helping teams to enhance their collaborative capacity and internal communication; but also works in areas including institutional planning, education, and addressing power structures.
She received her B.A. (magna cum laude) in Chemistry from Carleton College (2007) and her Ph.D. in Chemistry & Nanotechnology from the University of Washington (2012). She is currently a research associate and the program manager for The Toolbox Dialogue Initative at Michigan State University. Her current personal research focuses on the intersection of the histories of innovation in chemistry and design. Follow her on Twitter: @stephanievasko