Azure Stewart is a Learning Management Specialist. She provides support with the design of online instruction, technical assistance to invention, and integration and management of related technologies and platforms, and provides technical assistance to invention education program staff.
Prior to her work at LMIT, Azure was a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow at New York University Libraries, where she worked with the Tandon School of Engineering to research and redesign a new co-curricular instructional program for engineering students.
Azure is an interactional ethnographer whose research examines the social practices that are context-specific within different academic disciplines. In addition to her research experiences, she has over ten years’ experience in Student Affairs working with undergraduate and graduate students across academic disciplines.
Bachelor of Arts, Communications, with an emphasis in Digital Media, California State University Sacramento
Master of Arts, Education, with an emphasis in Instructional Technology, San Francisco State University
Doctor of Philosophy, Education, with an emphasis in Teaching and Learning, University of California, Santa Barbara
If you could invent anything, what would it be?
I would invent sustainable housing and food for BIPOC communities