We are committed to improving instructional practices across the full spectrum of STEM education. We house several programs for supporting K-12 teachers, undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and university faculty - all with the goal of increasing the success and persistence of students in STEM fields.
We provide support to future and current K-12 STEM teachers.
Undergraduate and graduate students can earn degrees related to STEM education and get involved in promoting student learning. Graduate students are encouraged to browse our active projects and contact our faculty to inquire about opportunities to participate in research.
- School of Universal Computing, Construction & Engineering Education (SUCCEED)
- Department of Biological Sciences
- Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Department of Earth and Environment
- Department of Mathematics and Statistics
- Department of Physics
- School of Computing & Information Sciences
- School of Education and Human Development