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Funding Educational Change Projects: A Panel Discussion at the 2019 Transforming Institutions Conference
Kate White, Western Michigan University
The panel on funding at the 2019 Transforming Institutions Conference featured two representatives from funding agencies: David Asai (Senior Director for Science Education, HHMI) and Andrea Nixon (Program Director, ...

Institutional Change: Guiding Theories, Costs and Benefits
Target Audience: Post-doctoral Fellows, Graduate Students, College/University Staff, Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty, Non-tenure Track Faculty, Institution Administration
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Outreach:Presentations/Talks

Breaking Down Silos meeting contributes to the goals of Working Group 1
Tessa Andrews, University of Georgia; Daniel Reinholz, San Diego State University
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. This working meeting was supported by a National ...

Institutional Change: Guiding Theories
Target Audience: Post-doctoral Fellows, Institution Administration, Graduate Students, College/University Staff, Non-tenure Track Faculty, Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Institutional Systems

Shared leadership for student success at UW-Whitewater
Susan Elrod, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; Jodie Parys, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; Meg Waraczynski, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
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 ...

Institutional Change: Guiding Theories, Change Leaders
Target Audience: Institution Administration, Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty, College/University Staff, Non-tenure Track Faculty
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Outreach, Institutional Systems, Supporting Students

Building on the BOSE Report of Indicators for STEM Education
David Bressoud, Macalester College
As everyone probably knows by now, the National Academies have released their Indicators for Monitoring Undergraduate STEM Education. There clearly is much overlap with the charge to the Working Group on ...

Institutional Change: Guiding Theories, Change Leaders
Target Audience: Non-tenure Track Faculty, Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty, Institution Administration, College/University Staff
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Professional Development:Diversity/Inclusion, Supporting Students:Academic Support, Professional Preparation

Implementing Integrated Comprehensive Student Programs in STEM: Challenges and Facilitators from the CSU STEM Collaboratives
Elizabeth Holcombe, Indiana University-Bloomington
In my last post, I described the benefits of integrated support programs for underrepresented students in STEM. These integrated programs bridge organizational silos and build a unified community of support, in ...

Institutional Change: Guiding Theories, Equity and Inclusion
Target Audience: Institution Administration, Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty, College/University Staff, Non-tenure Track Faculty
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Supporting Students:Academic Support, Institutional Systems:Strategic Planning, Supporting Students:Mentoring Program

Turning on the Thrive Channel to Accelerate Change in Higher Education
Susan Elrod, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; Lorne Whitehead, University of British Columbia
Conversations about "institutional change" in higher education have become pervasive. This is probably because colleges and universities are under tremendous pressure - to graduate more students, to ...

Institutional Change: Guiding Theories, Change Leaders
Target Audience: Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty, Institution Administration, Non-tenure Track Faculty, College/University Staff
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Institutional Systems:Strategic Planning

Integrating across Academic and Student Affairs to Support Underrepresented Students in STEM: Lessons from the CSU STEM Collaboratives
Elizabeth Holcombe, Indiana University-Bloomington
The challenges of keeping undergraduate students in STEM programs and getting them to complete their degrees are well-documented and frequently discussed by members of this group and a wide audience of stakeholders ...

Institutional Change: Equity and Inclusion
Target Audience: Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty, Institution Administration, Non-tenure Track Faculty, College/University Staff
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Supporting Students:Mentoring Program, Academic Support

How Does Your Professional Organization Lead Positive Change?
Pamela Brown, CUNY New York City College of Technology
We are creating resources for the ASCN Working Group 4: Demonstrating Impact and others, interested in higher education systemic change efforts, by soliciting responses to important questions. This month's ...

Institutional Change: Change Leaders, Assessment
Target Audience: Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty, Institution Administration, Non-tenure Track Faculty, College/University Staff
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Outreach:Policy Change

How Do We Convince Administrators that Program Assessment is Worth the Effort?
Archie Holmes, University of Virginia-Main Campus
In November ASCN Working Group 4: Demonstrating Impact leaders selected a question submitted by the registrants for the ASCN Webinar titled "Launching and Leading Change in STEM Education" - Effective ...

Institutional Change: Assessment
Target Audience: Institution Administration, College/University Staff
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Institutional Systems:Strategic Planning, Degree Program Development

Communicating and Collaborating Across Disciplines
Judith Ramaley, Portland State University; Judith Ramaley
Those of us who are working on ways to attract students to the study of STEM fields must design a curriculum that prepares our students to understand and manage complex problems where scientific knowledge interacts ...

Target Audience: Institution Administration, Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty, Non-tenure Track Faculty, College/University Staff
Resource Type: Blog Post
Program Components: Professional Development:Curriculum Development

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