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.

Our Next Virtual Workshop

  • Implementing Active Learning in Undergraduate STEM Courses

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    How can we support student outcomes in undergraduate STEM courses and create an engaging learning environment? In this workshop, speakers discuss successes in …

    Speakers
    Headshot of Dr. Jessica Rosenberg
    Jessica Rosenberg, Ph.D.

    Education Director of the Quantum Materials Center, Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy

    George Mason University

    Headshot of Dr. Wendy Smith
    Wendy Smith, Ph.D.

    Research Professor

    University of Nebraska-Lincoln

  • 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…

  • 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? …

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Interested in Speaking at a Virtual Workshop?

Are you a thought leader in undergraduate STEM education? We want to hear from you. Interested candidates should review the workshop speaker criteria and submit their request below.