STEMEdhub: Transforming STEM Education

From Innovation to Implementation

STEMEd HUB is a resource for research, education and collaboration in STEM Education. It hosts various resources including Online Presentations, Courses, Learning Modules, Animations, Teaching Materials, and more.

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STEM EDUCATION HAPPENINGS

March 14, 2017

Project Kaleidoscope STEM Summer Leadership Institute Applications

This Institute – grounded in theories of broadening participation science, social psychology, adult learning, and leadership studies – provides early to mid-career STEM faculty with a deeply intensive and introspective leadership development experience. These theoretical and practical elements are creatively woven together to prepare a cadre of STEM faculty to effectively lead STEM reform initiatives at either the institutional or national levels.

May 17-20, 2017

Join practitioners and researchers from across the field of Citizen Science to advance our practice. Sessions will span disciplines and sectors, with a focus on making citizen science relevant and useful to more communities. Call for abstracts open now through October 10, 2016

February 26-28, 2017

JNGI 2017 Annual Gateway Course Experience Conference

Hundreds of institutional leaders, faculty, student success specialists, teaching and learning technology and institutional research professionals will join us at the JNGI 2017 Gateway Course Experience Conference to create and/or improve support for students in gateway courses.

November 3-5, 2016

Join our colleagues at the AAC&U's Network for Academic Renewal and Project Kaleidoscope: Transforming Undergraduate STEM Education: Implications for 21st-Century Society. They'll be leading a session titled: 'Instructors and Learning Spaces: How Social Cognitive Theory Informs Space Development, Policy and Faculty Training'.

December 16, 2016

Northrop Gruman Foundation grant to AAU undergraduate STEM education initiative will support campus reforms. Universities selected will receive $10,000 annually for a two-year grant period totaling $20,000 to support intra- or inter-institutional coordination of undergraduate STEM education reform. In addition, AAU will host a workshop for all mini-grant recipients and fund a campus visit by the AAU STEM Initiative project team to help leverage and highlight campus efforts.