Dr. Corey Knox is an education researcher and the Broader Impacts Coordinator at the University of Arizona, College of Education. She has written and published in the areas of homelessness, women’s representation in STEM, school science, as well as developed culturally responsive and social justice themed science curriculum for middle and high school students. With additional graduate degrees in community psychology and educational technology, she has spent many years teaching in community colleges and universities, including Pima Community College, and the University of Alaska. She currently works on the SBAR Education Component, supporting middle school teachers and graduate student fellows in translating and integrating curricula related to sustainability, arid lands, and bioeconomies, into local science classrooms. In her position as the Broader Impacts Coordinator, Dr. Knox collaborates with researchers, and educators to develop and implement proposals and projects that connect socio-scientific topics, cultural identify and educational access and equity with formal and informal learning.