A great teacher can spark a love of STEM in future generations of students, which is why we at the STEM Education Center are committed to empowering them with the guidance to lead relevant, integrated, and inclusive STEM learning experiences with their students and communities.
Through our work, we’re dedicated to the strengthening of STEM learning ecosystems through partnerships among teachers, administrators, community members, and funders—all with the common goal of advancing and transforming STEM education.
We offer undergraduate STEM teacher preparation for licensure at the middle- and high school levels, professional development for current PreK-12 educators, research to advance STEM education, and community engagement to foster equity and access for all learners.
Every year, the STEM Education Center recognizes educators and education leaders dedicated to science, technology, engineering and mathematics at our annual event AweSTEM! 2019's event was held on Wednesday, March 27th from 3:30-5:30 pm in Alden Memorial Hall. The theme was Growing STEM in Our Communities. Learn more about the 2019 event...