Virtual Workshops

AAAS-IUSE Virtual Workshops allow STEM education professionals to learn, meet, and collaborate with fellow faculty and researchers.

Don’t miss your opportunity to join the conversation and take action to improve undergraduate STEM education. All workshops take place online and feature presentations from leading STEM education experts followed by breakout discussions. Registration for the workshops and discussions is limited to the first 300 registrants. Remaining registrants will be provided a link to the livestream of the presentations.

  • Advancing Interdisciplinary Undergraduate STEM Education for Increased Workforce Preparation

    How do we engage STEM students in interdisciplinary learning to better prepare them for the workforce? In this workshop, speakers share their experiences desig…

  • Best Practices for Supporting Undergraduate STEM Faculty and Students in the Online Transition: Results of NSF RAPID Awards Supported by IUSE

    In the Spring of 2020, undergraduate courses pivoted quickly to an online environment, with many universities and colleges remaining online or partially online…

  • Community Colleges: Bringing Research Opportunities to Students and Creating Sustainable Pathways

    How are community colleges bringing research opportunities to students and how can we build and strengthen pathways between community colleges and other instit…

  • Engaging Students in Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs)

    How do we create meaningful and engaging research opportunities for undergraduate STEM students? In this workshop, speakers share their experiences implementin…

  • 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 …

  • Improving Introductory STEM Course Sequences to Provide Cohesive, Cross-Disciplinary Experiences

    How can we improve introductory STEM courses to create a stronger, more cross-disciplinary approach to teaching the foundations of STEM? In this workshop hoste…

  • Inclusive STEM Environments Inside and Outside the Classroom

    How can we provide inclusive spaces for students typically underrepresented in STEM? In this workshop hosted by the AAAS-IUSE Initiative, speakers share two di…

  • Innovative Frameworks for Teaching and Learning

    How many dimensions does your learning framework have? In this workshop, speakers share different models and frameworks for engaging undergraduates in STEM lea…

  • Promoting Equity in Undergraduate STEM Classrooms through Pedagogical Approaches

    How can we promote equity in our undergraduate STEM courses? In this workshop hosted by the AAAS-IUSE Initiative, speakers discuss different pedagogical approa…

  • Responses to COVID-19: Adapting Classroom Teaching Techniques and Hands-On Learning to an Online Environment

    How can we adapt STEM courses to the online environment without missing out on the benefits of hands-on learning or strong teaching techniques used in-person? …

  • STEM Learning Through Community Engagement

    How can we support student learning through community engagement? In this workshop hosted by the AAAS-IUSE Initiative, speakers share community-based approache…

  • Supporting Undergraduate STEM Students by Linking Experiences with Summer Bridge & Multi-Layered Mentorship

    How can we support undergraduate STEM students outside of the classroom? In this workshop hosted by the AAAS-IUSE Initiative, speakers discuss different approa…

  • The Faculty Role in Creating Inclusive STEM Environments

    What does a faculty model for developing cultural competency look like and how do we put it into practice? In this workshop, speakers discuss various component…

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  • Why Won’t STEM Faculty Just Adopt Evidence-Based Teaching Practices Already?: Exploring a Weaver’s Approach to Graduate Teacher Training

    Learn how to support future faculty in their knowledge of evidence-based teaching practices and provide them ongoing and multifaceted opportunities to explore …

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