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April 2018

NSF HSI STEM Conference – Dissecting the STEM Education Ecosystem in Hispanic Serving Institutions: Regional Insights from Southern California

April 25 - April 27
Fullerton Marriott, 2701 Nutwood Ave
Fullerton, CA 92831 United States
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You are cordially invited to attend the 2.5 day NSF-sponsored HSI undergraduate STEM education workshop at the Fullerton Marriott on April 25-27, 2018. We will discuss six topics relevant to and representing the ecosystem processes on undergraduate STEM education at HSIs.

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June 2018

NSEC 2018 National Conference

June 6 - June 8
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Columbus, 350 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215 United States
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This year, we will be in Columbus, Ohio for our sixth national conference on June 6-8, 2018. Don't miss out on hearing from other STEM Education Centers making impressive strides on their campus. We open the national conference with an interactive working meeting, developing strategies for communicating the value of your center. The latter half of the meeting is an opportunity to share your successful strategies and programs through a mix of concurrent sessions, roundtables, and poster session.

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2018 Gordon Research Conference

June 10 - June 15
Bryant University, 1150 Douglas Pike
Smithfield, RI 02917 United States
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This Gordon Research Conference seeks to bring together physics research scientists and physics education researchers for discussions, talks and posters on how energy is taught within the undergraduate curriculum, and how cutting edge research is allowing educators to consider new methods and models for teaching energy concepts.

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Summer Workshop – Wicked Problems: Investigating Real-World Problems in the Biology Classroom

June 18 - June 23
Harvery Mudd College, 301 Platt Blvd
Claremont, CA 91711 United States
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Climate change. Emerging infectious diseases. Water quality. Crop production. We invite you to explore how to use wicked problems like these to engage your students in your classroom, and beyond. Wicked problems are open-ended, complex problems without clear solutions, which involve both social and scientific challenges. These problems are a space to add effective pedagogical approaches such as case pedagogies, and community based or place-based learning. Wicked problems also provide a rich space to include systems thinking, interdisciplinary approaches, and quantitative skills such as data science and modeling.

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AAC&U Institute on Project-Based Learning

June 20 - June 23
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

In partnership with the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), WPI will host and run its fourth annual Institute on Project-Based Learning—a 2.5-day intensive program where teams from colleges and universities will gain knowledge about project-based learning and make tangible progress to integrate those learnings into their own curricula.

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July 2018

2018 PKAL STEM Leadership Institute I

July 10 - July 15
The Claggett Center, 3035 Buckeystown Pike
Adamstown, MD 21710 United States
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The Project Kaleidoscope STEM Leadership Institute is designed expressly for STEM faculty at the early to middle stages of their careers as educators, researchers, program directors, principal investigators, or department/college-level administrators. The five-day intensive professional development experience exposes participants to the theories and practices needed to effectively manage the politics of change and contribute to the national STEM higher education reform effort.

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2018 PKAL STEM Leadership Institute II

July 17 - July 22
The Claggett Center, 3035 Buckeystown Pike
Adamstown, MD 21710 United States
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The Project Kaleidoscope STEM Leadership Institute is designed expressly for STEM faculty at the early to middle stages of their careers as educators, researchers, program directors, principal investigators, or department/college-level administrators. The five-day intensive professional development experience exposes participants to the theories and practices needed to effectively manage the politics of change and contribute to the national STEM higher education reform effort.

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2018 ASCN Systematic Change Institute (SCI)

July 18 - July 20

The Systemic Change Institute is a year-long commitment from ASCN to support teams, and a commitment by teams to work with mentors toward achieving project goals. Institute participants will be mentored throughout the year by STEM leaders, researchers, and change agents who have experience with reform projects. The institute kicks off with a two-day workshop that takes place in Philadelphia, July 18 - 20, 2018. Virtual progress meetings will also be scheduled throughout the following year, and mentors will make one site visit to each team's institution.

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2018 SABER National Meeting

July 27 - July 29
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities MN United States + Google Map

2018 SABER National Meeting July 27-29, 2018 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Click here to view additional information. Call for abstracts will be in late-January, due in mid-March. More information coming soon!

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2018 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education

July 29 - August 2
Notre Dame University

The 25th BCCE is designed to provide you with opportunities for interacting with chemistry instuctors of all levels in formal and informal settings. There will be a mixture of plenary lectures, symposia, workshops, chemical demonstrations, poster sessions, exhibits and tours of chemistry research areas.

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