Dr. Genevieve Manset, PhD, is director and owner of Literacy Services, which provides intervention, consulting, and program evaluation services in the areas of disability, literacy, culturally responsive STEM education, and science outreach. She lives in Honolulu, Hawai’i, and is on the faculty at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, College of Education.
Professional Skills and Experience
Expertise in both quantitative and qualitative evaluation in school and community-based education programs.
Researcher, teacher educator, and administrator at major universities, including Indiana University, University of Hawai’i, and State University of New York.
Trained in design thinking for applied problem solving in education through Carnegie Improvement Science.
Published on the topics related to comprehensive school reform, assessment, and literacy as they relate to students with disabilities or at-risk for school failure.
Evaluator for community education programs including culturally responsive community-based cultural,environmental, and college readiness education programs for Native Hawaiian learners.
Additional interests in the relationship between science and the arts (“STEAM”), and blogs about the intersection of poetry and science at the blog STEM & Leaf.