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Join Our AAAS-IUSE Community
If you are a current NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE) award recipient, interested in submitting an award proposal, or involved in STEM undergraduate education, you’ve come to the right place!
We invite you to engage with this initiative which provides opportunities to showcase your work, disseminate research, and collaborate with STEM leaders.
Implementing Active Learning in Undergraduate STEM Courses
How can we support student outcomes in undergraduate STEM courses and create an engaging learning environment? In this workshop, speakers discuss successes in implementing active learning through grassroots and policy approaches.
Showcase Your Work
Is your research transforming STEM education at the classroom or institutional level? We want to hear from you! This initiative features opportunities to speak, author and share your resources.
Bringing the Field into the Classroom: Using Story Maps as an Inclusive Component of Virtual Field Experiences for Beginning Students
Through story-mapping, students can address open-ended questions, critically evaluate existing information, and identify gaps in the current knowledge base.
How Food Can Be a Cultural Bridge to Enhance Student’s STEM Identity and Learning Outcomes
Perhaps food is not peripheral to creating inclusive learning environments, but can be central to its formation.
Who Am I When the Little Things Add Up?
My multiple identities impact how I show up in this world. They also guide the experiential framework of my approach to addressing diversity, equity, inclusion…
Leaders in STEM know a great deal about effective evidence-based teaching practices; yet there are widespread barriers to the adoption of these practices. AAAS, with support from the National Science Foundation and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, engaged Sandra Laursen (University of Colorado Boulder) to lead an evaluation of the state of instructional reform across STEM fields and what helps reduce the barriers to adoption.