Assistant Director of Education of the MicroMasters in SDS, IDSS
Karene Chu received her Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Toronto in 2012. Since then she has been a postdoctoral fellow first at the University of Toronto and the Fields Institute, and then at MIT, with research focus on knot theory and quantum invariants. In 2015, She became a digital learning lab fellow at MIT, and made significant contributions to the MITx Calculus and Differential equations Massive open and online course series. She then moved to the Institute of Data, Systems, and Society, and has been leading the effort in the development and the running of the MicroMasters Program in Statistics and Data Science. She is currently the Assistant Director of Education of the MicroMasters in SDS and a Digital Learning Fellow.