Dr. Jeremy Price is Assistant Professor of Technology, Innovation, and Pedagogy in Urban Education and serves as the Primary Investigator and Project Director for the Collaborative for Equitable and Inclusive STEM Learning (CEISL) and for the Community Studies of Antisemitism In Schools (CSAIS) project.

Graphic representation of my research agenda.

As a public scholar-advocate, Dr. Price is invested in using his experiences and expertise to engage and build capacity and capital in educational settings for marginalized and minoritized youth and communities to build, strengthen, and sustain an inclusive and just democratic project. He works to prepare preservice and inservice educators to use technology for just, equitable, and inclusive purposes that honors learners, their identities, and their communities. Dr. Price also works to provide educators in all fields with opportunities to interrogate, examine, and learn to teach through and discuss topics such as race, religion, hate, and extremism.


Educational Justice,
Equity, and Inclusion
Critical Education Technology
STEM Education
Antisemitism, Extremism,
and Online Hate
Data Visualization
Urban Education
Online Teaching and Learning
Pedagogy of Place
Instructional Design and
Curriculum Development



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