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  • The Relations between Students’ Belongingness, Self-efficacy, and Response to Active Learning

    NeedPost-secondary STEM education continues to focus on improving student outcomes through the use of instructional practices designed to increase…

  • The Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program: Scalable Undergraduate Research

    While undergraduate research is a high-impact experience associated with greater learning gains, higher graduation rates, and compensatory gains for…

  • To what extent and why do LGBTQ+ instructors reveal their identities in their STEM courses?

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (LGBTQ+) undergraduates have higher attrition from STEM majors than their straight and cisgender…

  • Transforming Organic Chemistry Instruction through Faculty Workshops and a Community of Practice

    With NSF support (awards: DUE-2021175, DUE-2021170, DUE-2021285), the Organic Education Resources (OrganicERs) leadership team seeks to expand and support…

  • Transforming Student Transfer in STEM

    Engineering programs are under pressure to change in response to numerous external forces, foremost among them the lack of…

  • Robotic Telescope Labs for Survey-Level Undergraduates

    Over the past two decades, UNC-Chapel Hill has built one of the largest networks of fully automated, or robotic,…

  • Transforming Undergraduate Mathematics Teacher Preparation using the PrimeD Framework

    This project is the work of a partnership of four institutions: University of Maryland Baltimore County (high research, doctoral-degree…

  • Scaling Change from Idea to Embedded, Sustainable Innovation

    Even when nurtured with care, expanding, scaling, and sustaining good ideas can be challenging. This workshop focuses on strategies…

  • Transitioning Students to Teacher/Researchers: a model for science teacher preparation

    The Transitioning Students to Teacher Researchers (TSTR) workshop will share a program model for STEM learning for undergraduate science…