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New ASCN Blog Post: Funding Educational Change Projects
Posted: Apr 18 2019
A summary of discussions from the Funding Panel at the 2019 transforming Institutions Conference.
Job Announcement: Cornell University's Active Learning Initiative
Posted: Apr 15 2019
Job opening for a teaching support specialist for the Active Learning Initiative at Cornell University
Network of STEM Education Centers (NSEC) National Conference
Posted: Apr 15 2019
Are you a reformer of STEM education on your campus? Do you want to learn from colleagues about how they are catalyzing STEM education transformation on campuses across the country? Then join our community of STEM education centers and change agents for the 2019 NSEC National Conference! The Network of STEM Education Centers (NSEC), convened by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) with support from NSF (#1524832), brings together 200+ STEM education centers, centers for teaching and learning, administrators, and faculty interested in improving undergraduate STEM education.
STEM Program Manager Carleton College
Posted: Mar 20 2019
Carleton College seeks a STEM Program Manager (http://jobs.carleton.edu/postings/4123). Responsibilities for this new position will include implementing STEM-wide programs and events, acting as liaison with other Carleton departments and offices on behalf of the STEM departments, managing the use of the shared programmatic spaces in the new facility, and supporting the work of the STEM Director and STEM Board in cross-disciplinary initiatives.
New ASCN Blog Post: Breaking Down Silos meeting contributes to the goals of Working Group 1
Posted: Feb 12 2019
Twenty-five researchers met for a 2.5-day meeting at the Center for Mathematics and Science Education at San Diego State University to discuss change theories. The meeting brought together early-career scholars to foster cross-disciplinary sense-making and collaborations around change theories. Meeting attendees included graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, faculty of higher education, project advisors, and Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) faculty in the disciplines of mathematics, biology, physics, geoscience, chemistry, and engineering.
New ASCN Blog Post: Shared leadership for student success at UW-Whitewater
Posted: Feb 7 2019
Colleges and universities across the country are facing increasing pressure to enroll, retain and graduate more students at a time when the environment for higher education is competitive and often contentious. In order for institutions to be successful in these student success endeavors, everyone must work together. We are all familiar with shared governance as a central tenet of higher education but those processes apply primarily to policy development and decision-making. We argue that shared leadership is required as a holistic approach to goal development and implementation of strategic priorities that foster student and institutional success.
Upcoming webinar: Embedding education specialists within departments to catalyze change
Posted: Jan 31 2019
Join authors Stephanie Chasteen and Warren Code as they discuss the messages from their new (free, open-source) Science Education Initiative Handbook on how to effectively use discipline-based education specialists to facilitate change within departments. We will discuss who makes a good educational expert, what their role can be within a department, how to train and support them, and engaging faculty and departments in change.
Transforming Institutions Conference Early Registration Deadline Extended to Feb. 8
Posted: Jan 31 2019
The deadline for early registration for the 2019 Transforming Institutions Conference has been extended until February 8, 2019. Don't miss out on this opportunity to register at the discounted early registration price!
February 1st Deadline: STEM Academic Support Research Conference
Posted: Jan 22 2019
February 1st Conference Application Deadline: Developing a National Research Agenda for STEM Academic Support in Higher Education. This is an NSF-funded collaboration between Northwestern University and Washington University in St. Louis, and will take place May 30-31, 2019 on the Northwestern University campus in Evanston, IL.
Postdoctoral Researcher Project EDDIE, Center for Mathematics Science and Technology (CeMaST) at Illinois State University
Posted: Jan 22 2019
We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher who is interested in how teaching with large datasets helps students learn quantitative skills and how these inquiry-based activities also affect instructors' approaches to teaching on a larger scale. The postdoctoral researcher would join a dynamic team of faculty to work within the NSF-funded Project EDDIE (Environmental Data-Driven Inquiry & Exploration.
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