Indicators for Monitoring Undergraduate STEM Education Feedback

Please use this form to indicate your experience with the Indicators for Monitoring Undergraduate STEM Education. If you are aware of measurement tools that address the indicators, please provide references along with the corresponding indicator number.

This survey is adapted from:
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. (2017). Indicators for Monitoring Undergraduate STEM Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi:
Increase Students' Mastery of STEM Concepts and Skills by Engaging Them in Evidence-Based STEM Educational Practices and Programs

Objective 1.1 - Use of evidence-based STEM educational practices both in and outside of classrooms (Process)
Strive for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion of STEM Students and Instructors by Providing Equitable Opportunities for Access and Success

Objective 2.1 - Equity of access to high-quality undergraduate STEM educational programs and experiences (Input)

Objective 2.2 - Representational diversity among STEM credential earners (Environment)

Objective 2.3 - Representational diversity among STEM instructors (Environment)

Objective 2.4 - Inclusive environments in institutions and STEM departments (Environment)

Ensure Adequate Numbers of STEM Professionals

Objective 3.1 - Foundational preparation for STEM for all students (Process)

Objective 3.2 - Successful navigation into and through STEM programs of study (Process)

Objective 3.3 - STEM Credential attainment (Outcome)

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