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The following questions make up the entry form for the STEM Education Innovation Database. The goal of this database is to serve as a searchable collection of effective practices and programs that support improving undergraduate STEM education.
When you complete and submit this form, your project will become part of this searchable database that will allow others to replicate your efforts on their own campuses. We understand that you might not be able to answer each question. Please skip any that do not apply to your project.
Thank you for sharing your project and helping us better disseminate effective practices to improve undergraduate STEM education.
NOTE: This form must be completed in one sitting. If you wish, you can use this
word doc version (Microsoft Word 2007 (.docx) 107kB Mar14 16) of the form to compose your responses and then paste them into the form. Be sure to hit the SUBMIT button at the bottom of the form when you are finished.
a) The problem, if any, you were trying to solve:
b) The rationale for your approach, if appropriate:
c) The goals of the project
a) A list of steps or how-tos for implementation
b) Any necessary resources or infrastructure
a) Cost of this initiative in its first year (including start-up costs):
b) Average yearly costs to maintain this initiative:
c) Average number of individuals served per year by this initiative:
d) Average annual rate of success for individuals meeting this initiative's goals:
Please select descriptors for your project in the categories below. This information will be used to tag your project so that others are able to search the database for projects with particular characteristics.
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