CREATE for STEM Conference Room, 115 Erickson Hall
Interested in an international course experience in STEM education? Graduate students in STEM education are cordially invited to attend an informational meeting to present the plan, content, costs, and logistics for the study abroad course in Israel.
This will be a 3-credit independent study for STEM Education graduate students that will take place at the Weizmann Institute in Israel for 2 weeks in May 2017.
The first STEM Ed Postdoc Meeting will be Thursday, September 22nd at 12:00pm to 1:00pm in the CREATE conference room. The purpose of the meeting is for introductions and set up of meetings for the rest of the semester. All postdocs in a STEM Ed related field are welcome to attend, no matter the home department.
An Assessment of Professional Development for Astronomy and Physics Faculty: Expanding Our Vision of How To Support Faculty’s Learning About Teaching Alice Olmstead, Western Michigan University, email@example.com
Please join us for our first event of the academic year: the STEM Education Alliance Fall Reception. We will learn about curricular transformation of both the lecture and laboratory courses. The reception will also provide an opportunity to meet and network with others involved in undergraduate STEM education and institutional efforts to promote success for STEM students. The keynote address will be presented by Melanie Cooper, Lappan-Phillips Professor of Science Education, Professor of Chemistry and Justin Carmel, Research Associate, Chemistry
Michigan science leaders from around the state are convening at MSU to attend the Michigan Science Standards Advocacy Communication Master Class at the CREATE for STEM Institute on Wednesday, August 17, 2016. Representatives from the major science state organizations will join together to learn about and plan new communications strategies for promoting the standards, which were adopted last November by the State Board of Education.