Marco Molinaro, Ph.D., is the Assistant Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Director of the iAMSTEM Education Hub at UCD. Dr. Molinaro has been a project director of numerous nationally funded STEM educational and training programs for grades 6-16 and has developed and taught multiple undergraduate courses. He has over 19 years of educational experience creating and leading applications of technology for instruction, scientific visualization and simulation, curriculum, and science exhibits for students from elementary school through graduate school and for the general public. The educational technology products he has developed are still in use many years later as part of nationwide curricular projects such as FOSS (upper elementary and middle school science), Chemlinks (undergraduate chemistry instruction) and Nanozone.org (public exhibit on nanotechnology). Most recently Molinaro is leading a UC Davis university wide STEM education effort working across all STEM disciplines to improve undergraduate STEM student success – the iAMSTEM Hub. As part of the effort, the Hub is bringing together the campus educational STEM community and relevant resources, working with faculty across STEM departments to evolve the undergraduate STEM curriculum, and developing new academic analytics tools and approaches to help guide instructional change and maximize student success. His projects have been funded though the NSF, NIH and various private foundations such as Gates and Helmsley.