Resources

This initiative compiles materials that help STEM education leaders create improvements in their classrooms, transform institutions, and advance research.
Review our staff picks for timely resources related to pressing issues or use the search and categorization features to browse research, reports, and other materials.

Staff Picks

  • Lessons Learned During COVID-19 Report: Strategies Transforming the Future of STEM Education

    In the beginning of 2021, the AAAS-IUSE Initiative asked the community of undergraduate STEM faculty, researchers, and professionals working in higher educatio…

  • QB@CC: An Interdisciplinary Network of Faculty Supporting the Development of Pedagogical Content Knowledge

    QB@CC is a growing community of biology, mathematics, and statistics faculty from two-year colleges.

  • Office Hours for the Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE) Program

    The Division of Undergraduate Education at the National Science Foundation is hosting a series of office hours for the IUSE program, in support of NSF Program …

results.
  • Levers for Change: An assessment of progress on changing STEM instruction

    Leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields know a great deal about effective evidence-based teaching practices; yet there are w…

  • Increasing Student Success in Developmental Mathematics

    The Board on Science Education and the Board on Mathematical Sciences and Analytics of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine convened t…

  • Promoting Transformation of Undergraduate STEM Education Workshop Summary Report

    AAU released a report of key findings and recommendations resulting from a workshop that convened experts involved in leading, researching, evaluating and fund…

Recommend a Resource

AAAS-IUSE is looking for resources that will help principal investigators, faculty and other education leaders improve undergraduate STEM education. If there is a type of resource you would like to see more of, or a specific resource you would like to recommend, please reach out below.