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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.
Improving Introductory STEM Course Sequences
How can we improve introductory STEM courses to create a stronger, more cross-disciplinary approach to teaching the foundations of STEM? In this workshop, speakers discuss their own experiences designing or redesigning introductory STEM courses.
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.
Dear STEM, It’s Time for Some Identity Work
What identities are being built? What identities are (and/or ought) to be dismantled? What structures, traditions, philosophies, and/or practices necessitate d…
Filling the Sieve and Wondering Why We’re Still Thirsty: A Call to Humanize the STEM Workplace for Educators and Students
Many consider the landscape of undergraduate STEM to be characterized by high rates of work stress and inequity across identities of race, ethnicity, . . .
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.