Juniper l. lovato
Director of Education and Outreach, Complex Systems Science/K-12 STEM Education, Vermont Complex Systems Center/CEMS; Program Director, MassMutual Center of Excellence in Complex Systems and Data Science, University of Vermont
Open Positions: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Complex Systems and Data Science, Graduate Fellowships in Complex Systems and Data Science, Summer Undergraduate Fellowships in Complex Systems and Data Science
Juniper Lovato is the Director of Education and Outreach for Complex Systems at the Vermont Complex Systems Center and the Program Director for the MassMutual Center of Excellence in Complex Systems and Data Science at the University of Vermont. Juniper works across generations and geographical areas to design educational resources and scientific generative processes focused on complexity science and STEM. She previously served as the Director of Education for the Santa Fe Institute, an independent complexity science research center. She is also a co-founder of MAKE Santa Fe, a not-for-profit community makerspace in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her research interests include generative processes design, ethics in science and technology, complex systems science, and equity in STEM fields.
“there is no pleasure without activity, and also no perfect activity without its pleasure."- Aristotle (NE 1175a21).