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A systematic review of change theory in STEM higher educational change efforts
Tessa C Andrews, University of Georgia; Daniel Reinholz, San Diego State University
STEM educational change projects are increasingly drawing on change theory to consider how and why change occurs. Change theory is a framework of ideas, supported by evidence, that explains some aspect of how or ...

Conference Day: June 9, 2021
Session Type: Concurrent Session, Presentation

Continuous Improvement and Change Leadership at the Urban University
Matt Renn, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities; Mitzy Gonzalez, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities; Andrea Rodriguez, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities
Higher education institutions throughout the nation employ various continuous improvement processes to operationalize change at all organization levels. Through our ongoing work with three public, urban research ...

Conference Day: June 9, 2021
Session Type: Concurrent Session

Balancing theories of change during institution wide transformation in higher education
Torgny Roxå, Lund University
This paper discusses the case of implementing a system for student evaluation of courses (SEC) within a faculty (school) of engineering within a Scandinavian traditional university. The process for implementation ...

Conference Day: June 9, 2021
Session Type: Presentation, Concurrent Session

Achieving department change through theoretically guided work with department heads: The DeLTA Project
Paula Lemons, University of Georgia; Tessa C. Andrews, University of Georgia
The Department and Leadership Teams for Action (DeLTA) project promotes second-order change in STEM undergraduate education at the University of Georgia. DeLTA uses a multilevel approach, collaborating with faculty ...

Conference Day: June 9, 2021
Session Type: Presentation, Concurrent Session