Tracie Addy, Ph.D., M.Phil. is the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Program Director at the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning. Tracie brings expertise and passion in STEM teaching and learning to the CTL. She graduated with distinction with a B.S. in biology from Duke University. She obtained her M.Phil. in Experimental Pathology from Yale University, and Ph.D. in science education from North Carolina State University. Prior to arriving at the Center, she taught undergraduate biology for 10 years and managed the assessment programs at the Yale School of Medicine Teaching and Learning Center.
In her current role, Tracie coordinates the HHMI-funded Summer Institutes to train faculty in evidence-based teaching. In her spare time, she enjoys writing undergraduate science cases and conducting educational research. She has been a Science Case Network SoTL Scholar and National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science Flipped Classroom Case Writer. She has also run a STEM playgroup for elementary school children, and mentored students from groups historically underrepresented in STEM fields. The CTL is a great environment for Tracie to coordinate programs that further the teaching development of STEM faculty.