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Essay and Opinion by Dr. Sibrina Collins

photo of sibrina collinsDr. Sibrina N. Collins

The Marburger STEM Center 
Executive Director of Marburger STEM Center, Lawrence Technological University

Dr. Sibrina N. Collins is an inorganic chemist and STEM administrator. She began her college career at Highland Park Community College (Highland Park, Michigan), where she earned an associate of science degree in 1990. Dr. Collins later earned a B.A. in chemistry (cum laude) in 1994 from Wayne State University (Detroit, Michigan). She earned her M.S. (1996) and Ph.D. (2000) both in the field of inorganic chemistry, from The Ohio State University under the direction of Professor Bruce Bursten. As a graduate student at OSU, she received significant training as a photochemist, where she used light to study chemical reactions and photochemically reactive molecules. She later completed a postdoctoral appointment at Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) with Professor Isiah Warner, where she focused on heart disease research.More information on Dr. Collins and her work.