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Getting STEM FIT! STEM-Forum for Inclusive Teaching as a model for broad dissemination of evidence-based inclusive teaching practices
Kimberly Mulligan, California State University-Sacramento; Kelly McDonald, California State University-Sacramento
Undergraduate STEM disciplines have notoriously large equity gaps and suffer from disproportionate rates of attrition of systemically minoritized groups. Evidence-based inclusive teaching practices can both ...

Conference Day: June 11, 2021
Time: 10:20am PT / 11:20am MT / 12:20pm CT / 1:10:20am PT / 11:20am MT / 12:20pm CT / 1:20pm ET
Session Type: Presentation, Concurrent Session

Networking STEM Initiatives to Enhance (NSITE) Adoption of Evidence-based Practices
Michelle Withers, Binghamton University; Erin Baumgartner, Western Oregon University; Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, Oregon State University; Xinnian Chen, University of Connecticut; Mark Graham, Yale University; Deb Pires, University of California-Los Angeles
Multiple initiatives have arisen to address the disconnect between theory and practice in post-secondary STEM education. While these initiatives share a common mission of making STEM education more effective and ...

Conference Day: June 11, 2021
Time: 10:55am PT / 11:55am MT / 12:55pm CT / 1:10:55am PT / 11:55am MT / 12:55pm CT / 1:55pm ET
Session Type: Concurrent Session, Presentation

Mobile Summer Institutes: An Institution-based Iteration of the Summer Institutes on Scientific Teaching that Targets Both Individual and Institutional Transformation.
Michelle Withers, Binghamton University; Marguerite Brickman, University of Georgia; Xinnian Chen, University of Connecticut; Robert Bills, Binghamton University; Mark Graham, Yale University; Joseph Ankrom, Binghamton University; Elias Miller, Binghamton University
While research has demonstrated the benefits of active learning on student success and reduction of performance gaps for historically excluded groups, the majority of post-secondary STEM educators still rely ...

Conference Day: June 11, 2021
Time: 11:30am PT / 12:30pm MT / 1:30pm CT / 2:11:30am PT / 12:30pm MT / 1:30pm CT / 2:30pm ET
Session Type: Concurrent Session, Presentation

How Department Context and Institutional Factors Shape Undergraduate STEM Education Reform
Emily Miller, Association of American Universities; Tara King, Association of American Universities; Mary Deane Sorcinelli, UMass Amherst
In this presentation, we will report on emergent findings from Leveraging the AAU STEM Education Initiative, a study aimed at examining the institutional landscape in which innovations to undergraduate STEM ...

Conference Day: June 11, 2021
Time: 12:00pm PT / 1:00pm MT / 2:00pm CT / 3:12:00pm PT / 1:00pm MT / 2:00pm CT / 3:00pm ET
Session Type: Concurrent Session, Presentation