Use the form below to submit a proposal for the NSEC 2018 National Conference. The deadline for submissions is 11:59 pm ET on February 28, 2018.
NOTE: You must complete the form in one sitting. If you leave the form before clicking SUBMIT at the bottom, any data that you have entered into the form will be lost. Also, once you have clicked SUBMIT, you will not be able to edit your submission via the form.
Concurrent Session Presentation (30 minutes)
Panel Presentation (60 minutes)
Workshop (120 minutes)
Roundtable (30 minutes)
Rapid Talk (5 minutes)
Special Interest Group Topic
What is your session about? [Choose up to 3]
Retention and Success: Programs, practices, policies, theories, or research related to improving retention and success of undergraduate students.
Improving the Quality of Education: Programs, practices, policies, theories, or research that impact classroom practice, curriculum, learning outcomes, and/or faculty evaluations.
Broadening participation: Programs, practices, policies, theories, or research related to expanding access to and success in STEM education for students from underrepresented groups.
Assessment: Programs, practices, policies, theories, or research related to evaluating student learning and /or driving assessment to support STEM education improvements.
Research: Programs, practices, policies, theories, or research related to discipline-based education research, research on organizational change, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL).
Partnerships Beyond the University: Programs, practices, policies, theories, or research related to partnering with K-12 schools, 2 and 4-year colleges and universities, state networks, and/or industry to improve undergraduate STEM education including teacher preparation.
Engaging Faculty: Programs, practices, policies, theories, or research related to faculty development and/or engaging faculty to improve STEM undergraduate education.
Institutional change: Programs, practices, policies, theories, or research that lead to institution-wide improvement of undergraduate STEM education and/or that engage senior university leadership for the improvement of undergraduate STEM education.
Managing a Center: Budgeting, funding, management, planning, portfolio of programs, assessment, staff/faculty recruitment and retention, communications, and other matters related to running a center.
In addition to submitting an abstract, Rapid Talk presenters must complete the STEM Education Innovation Program form on the NSEC website (opens in a new window). This form will gather specific additional information about the program or practice that you wish to speak about and turn it into a webpage that will become part of NSEC's public collection of STEM Education Innovations.
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