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.

  • Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs): Incorporating STEM Research into the Curriculum

    Conducting original research is shown to improve a student’s efficacy and sense of belonging in STEM. Learn how to design courses around undergraduates' resear…

  • High-Impact Pedagogies that Motivate and Retain Students in STEM

    Learn about novel approaches to teaching and learning that increase motivation and confidence among students in STEM.First, Dr. Eliza Reilly charts a new path …

  • Building Student Confidence in STEM – Programs that Promote Student Success 

    Learn about novel approaches to teaching and learning that build student confidence in working with data.Dr. Lisa Dierker provides a behind-the-scenes look at …

  • Transform Your Department Culture – Helpful Examples for Inspiring Change

    How can we transform our STEM departments towards a culture that values evidence-based teaching, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and that better supports fac…

  • Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) – How Enlisting the Aid of Student Leaders Increases Student Success

    Learn how faculty and administrators across the country are working together to enlist the aid of student leaders to increase student success. During this pres…

  • 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…

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  • Want More Women in Geoscience? Consider Their Math Attitudes

    Geoscience has made concerted efforts to increase the number of women entering and graduating from undergraduate geoscience programs, but despite these efforts…

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