MSU researchers, in collaboration with the University of Michigan and other partners, are using a $1.2 million Science Education Partnership Award from NIH to introduce the program in Detroit and Flint.
The CREATE for STEM Institute is pleased to announce the next round of innovation grant funding for 2015-16. The Lappan-Phillips-Fitzgerald—Connected Mathematics Project 2 (LPF-CMP 2) Innovation Grants are meant to encourage collaboration between faculty in the Colleges of Natural Science and Education on research and innovation projects that lead to strong proposals for external funding in the future. Two awards in the $75,000 – $125,000 range are available.
CREATE for STEM Institute held its 2015 Mini Conference for MSU researchers and educational practitioners on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at the MSU Union Ballroom, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. The theme of the conference, ENERGY for STEM: Exciting New Education Research and Grants for (K16) Youth for STEM, brought together faculty, postdocs, graduate students, teachers, administrators and other educational leaders to share and discuss their work to promote the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics through research, kindergarten through college.
This year’s keynote speaker is Richard Duschl, Waterbury Chair Professor of Secondary Education at Pennsylvania State University.