Center for Engineering Education Research (CEER)

CEER was established in 2009 to promote research applied to education in the College of Engineering and, more broadly, to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education across the university. The main goal of CEER is to facilitate a college-wide effort to continually improve the educational environment by conducting experiments based on effective models of learning and by systematically assessing the outcomes.

CEER provides a number of services to support individual and small groups of faculty as they learn about the state-of-the-art and generate proposals to to pursue research in engineering education. CEER also stands ready to help with the development of large-scale proposals, such as those for NSF Engineering Research Centers.