Promoting active learning and supporting more that 7,500 undergraduate STEM majors, we’re a multidisciplinary collaboration working across the university. Together we develop research-based education practices which effectively produce substantial increases in the number of well-prepared STEM professionals, including teachers, entering the workforce.
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Celebrating its 4th year, the United Nations’ event was recognized across 68 countries on Monday, February 11, 2019. The International […]
The University’s Bystander Leadership Program (BLP) provides workshops that aim to educate STEM and Social Based Sciences faculty on how […]
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