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

  • Omwana Ni Wa Bhone … It Takes a Village

    To address a problem, we first need to understand that it exists.

  • Examining Linguistic Diversity and Data Science Curriculum in STEM Education with a Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Lens

    How do we design and scale STEM courses in a way that values diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility? First, Dr. Manisha Sharan shares how linguistic d…

  • 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…

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  • To what extent and why do LGBTQ+ instructors reveal their identities in their STEM courses?

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (LGBTQ+) undergraduates have higher attrition from STEM majors than their straight and cisgender peers and perceive th…

  • Beyond intelligence: The role of noncognitive factors in student success and student thriving

    It is well established that noncognitive factors – psychological traits, behaviors, affects and beliefs – have a significant impact on academic performance of …

  • 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…

  • Tomorrow’s Professor: Online Faculty Development

    Tomorrow's Professor features over 1800 posts dedicated to all areas of higher education, especially preparing for academic careers in science and engineering.

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