Aggie STEM Summer Camp Night Director & Graduate Research Assistant
Danielle Bevan is a doctoral student with an emphasis in Mathematics Education. Before beginning her doctoral program, Danielle received a BS in Mathematics (2011) and M.Ed. in Talent Development in Secondary Education (2013) both from Texas State University. During her master’s degree she began teaching high school mathematics and continued until 2016, when she began her PhD program at Texas A&M University. During her time at Texas A&M University, she has been a research assistant with Aggie STEM in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture and a research assistant in the Department Educational Administration and Human Resource Development. As a research assistant, Danielle has been given the opportunity to present and attend various conferences focusing on mathematics education research and has publications in journals, conference proceedings, and a book chapter. Danielle has taught multiple undergraduate courses focusing on effective teaching methods for mathematics classrooms to pre-service teachers.
Danielle has been the Extra-Curricular Activities Director the past three summers for the Aggie STEM Summer Camp which is held every summer. These camps are designed for middle and high school students interested in pursuing a STEM career or interested in learning more about the STEM field. She has been a member of the Teaching, Learning, and Culture Graduate Student Association and currently is the President of the group. This year will be the second year she has held the position of Vice President of Finance for the Graduate and Professional Student Government, where she is part of a group of graduate students who serve as the voice of and represent all graduate and professional students of Texas A&M University.