Director, Broader Impacts Group
- Big/spectrum Acf
- (406) 243-4828
32 Campus Drive
Missoula MT, 59812
Nathalie Wolfram directs the University of Montana Broader Impacts Group (BIG), which fosters a community of practice around research and creative scholarship activities that broaden participation in higher education and the workforce, create educational and economic opportunity, and benefit society locally and globally. Through her role at BIG, Dr. Wolfram works with principal investigators and public engagement programs to seed new collaborations, develop highly competitive grant proposals, provide backbone support for large-scale, collaborative grant projects, and engage the public, including K-12 students, with University of Montana research. With an educational background in English literature, she previously taught in UM's Davidson Honors College and oversaw spectrUM Discovery Area's grants and communications. She is available to consult with UM researchers on designing, proposing, and implementing effective broader impacts and other public engagement work.
Wolfram, N., Covitt, B., Mortimer, V., & Wethington, N. (2019). Design elements from a rural, multi-organization collaborative. Connected Science Learning. Retrieved from https://www.nsta.org/connected-science-learning/connected-science-learning-october-december-2019/design-elements-rural.
Herbert-Meny, J., Duley, A., Wolfram, N., Brock, A., & Allred, J. (2020). Breaking down Silos…and Moving in Together. Dimensions. Retrieved from https://www.astc.org/astc-dimensions/dimensions-january-february-2020-breaking-down-silos/
Swaney, R., Swaney, W., Truitt, H., Wethington, N & Wolfram, N. (2018). Cocreating transformative change: making collective impact with the Flathead Nation. Connected Science Learning. Retrieved from https://www.nsta.org/connected-science-learning/connected-science-learning-july-september-2018-0/cocreating.
Wolfram, N. (2014). Gothic adaptation and the stage ghosts. In M. Luckhurst & E. Morin (Eds.), Theater and Ghosts: Materiality, Performance and Modernity. Palgrave MacMillan.
Wolfram, N. (2012). ‘I am my master’s servant for hire:’ contract and identity in Richard Steele’s The Conscious Lovers. The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation. 53 (4), 455-472.