Jeremy Price is assistant professor of technology, innovation and pedagogy in urban education and serves as the primary investigator and project director for the Collaborative for Equitable and Inclusive STEM Learning, the Digital Education Hub, and for the Community Studies of Antisemitism In Schools project.
As a public scholar-advocate, Price is invested in using his experiences and expertise to engage and build capacity and capital in educational settings for marginalized and minoritized youth and communities to build, strengthen and sustain an inclusive and just democratic project. He works to prepare preservice and in-service educators to use technology for just, equitable and inclusive purposes that honor learners, their identities and their communities.
Price also works to provide educators in all fields with opportunities to interrogate, examine and learn to teach through and discuss topics such as race, religion, hate and extremism.
Areas of Expertise
Educational technology, STEM education, educational equity and justice, racial justice, antisemitism, white nationalism, Christian nationalism, community-engaged research, online hate, AI in education.