Andrew P. Minigan is the director of strategy for the Right Question Institute’s education program. He has facilitated learning experiences for faculty and doctoral students at Brandeis University, Northeastern University, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Mt. San Antonio College, Citrus College, and the University of Prince Edward Island. He has also led online learning experiences for the American Society for Engineering Education, among others.
Minigan is currently working on a project funded by the National Science Foundation to develop a strategy so researchers, including doctoral students and faculty in higher education, can learn how to formulate better, more transformative research questions. From 2015 to 2018 he led RQI’s Million Classrooms Campaign, supported with funding from the John Templeton Foundation, to help scale this pedagogical innovation on a global level.
Minigan’s writing on these topics has appeared in Education Week, Social Education, Educational Leadership, pbs.org, and other publications.
He conferred an Ed.M. in human development and psychology from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and he graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in psychology from the University of New Hampshire. He is currently a doctoral student at the Northeastern University Graduate School of Education.