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Claire A. Hemingway

National Science Foundation
Program Officer, Office of International Science and Engineering

Claire Hemingway is a program officer in Office of International Science and Engineering at the National Science Foundation (NSF), where she manages international programs, serves on the NSF working group for Navigating the New Arctic, and facilitates science cooperation with Canada.  She is currently leading the new NSF-wide program to foster the creation of international networks of networks, AccelNet.  She has previously managed the flagship interdisciplinary training program, NSF Research Traineeship Program, in the Education and Human Resources Directorate.  Before joining NSF, she led a collaborative initiative across more than 18 international scientific organizations to enhance engagement in the scientific enterprise and scientific literacy by harnessing digital learning technologies and providing innovative online mentoring for student research teams.  She has served on the American Association for the Advancement of Science Education Section’s nominating committee and education advisory committees.  She recently served as an Embassy Science Fellow at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa, Canada.

Dr. Hemingway received a biology degree from Tulane University and a PhD from Duke University, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam in Southeast Asia.