This Institute is designed for both early- and mid-career STEM faculty engaged in leading projects aimed at transforming undergraduate STEM education in their classrooms, departments, and institutions. The five-day intensive Institute provides faculty participants with the theory and practice required to effectively manage the politics of change and contribute to the national STEM higher education reform effort.Find out more »
This workshop will focus on how to enhance the skills students need to understand and build models, how to expand upon models already in our curriculum, and ultimately how to enhance student understanding of the nature and process of modeling. Deadline: April 23, 2017Find out more »
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The Summer Institute (SI) is a prestigious teaching development program that aims to improve college education in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and to enhance the academic success of all students by helping current and future faculty develop and adopt inclusive and effective teaching practices. We invite faculty and instructors to participate in UCLA’s inaugural SI, which will draw on the expertise of both presenters and participants. Relevant education research, active learning, assessment, and inclusive teaching are woven into the program. The SI creates a forum to share ideas and develop innovative instructional materials to be implemented in your classroom.Find out more »
Now in its twenty-fourth year, ASMCUE® gathers over 350 microbiology and biology educators for an interactive four-day conference. ASMCUE runs from Thursday afternoon and ends at noon on Sunday. Educators come from colleges, universities, and international institutions to learn and share the latest information in the biological sciences and education research. EARLY-BRID REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MAY 15, 2017Find out more »
The workshop will address select topics in science and math education appropriate for instructors who either are relatively new to college teaching or who have instructional responsibilities in the large enrollment gateway courses for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) majors. All ladder and non-ladder faculty hired by departments and interdisciplinary programs for the Life and Physical Sciences are invited to participate in this workshop.Find out more »