Robert Ceglie, Ph.D.
Dr. Robert Ceglie primarily teaches science education and instructional technology courses. He was previously an assistant professor at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia where he taught across many programs including graduate and doctoral programs.
His interests include many areas of science education, including under-representation of women and minorities, the achievement gaps in science and math, and persistence and retention of students entering STEM majors.
He has published and presented works related to science and math education and is an editorial reviewer for several scholarly journals including Journal of Science Teacher Education and Higher Education.
Dr. Ceglie is a enthusiastic Atlanta Braves fan even though he grew up in Boston, Mass. He has two children, Robbie and Jenny, and a wife Nicole who are all thrilled to have relocated to Charlotte.
Ph.D., University of Connecticut
M.Ed., Framingham State University
B.S., M.Ed., University of Massachusetts, Boston