Michael Chapman (he/him) is one of the science co-lead teachers. He has been at the Upper School of Buckingham Browne & Nichols School in Cambridge, MA since Fall 2018, where he currently serves as the Dean of Teaching and Learning and teaches scientific ethics. During his educational tenure, Michael has taught various levels of biology and chemistry at the middle and high school levels, coordinated service learning and new student programs, and led various committees. Originally from Hampton, VA, Michael started teaching after graduating from UVA with Bachelor of Arts (Biology) and Master of Teaching degrees. He completed his Master of Education in independent school leadership through the Klingenstein Center's Two-Summers Leadership Academy in 2019. Michael particularly enjoys reading about the intersection of cognitive science and education, innovative teaching practices, and how diversity and equity can inform science education.