Welcome to NSEC
Campus Centers in STEM Education
STEM education centers and related offices are the hub of campus-based efforts leading the transformation of undergraduate STEM education at their institutions and beyond. While there is large variety in the structure and identity of STEM education efforts, they all have common functions and goals.
NSEC is an organization of campus-based centers and offices that serve as catalysts for educational transformation in STEM. The network allows center leadership, university and college administrators, and state and national policymakers to have a central hub for their communal efforts.
STEM Education Center Toolkit
The Toolkit is a mechanism for spreading the wealth of knowledge and expertise about STEM Education around the community. It explores important issues for STEM Education Centers and provides examples of how members of the community have addressed those concerns.
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Featured STEM Centers
Dean Livelybrooks, University of Oregon
Laura Frost, Florida Gulf Coast University
Charles Kutal, University of Georgia
News & Jobs
- 2018 FRI Conference - Registration open
The FRI conference is designed to engage and support faculty and administrators interested in adapting the Freshman Research Institute educational model at their own institutions.
- At the Center of Transforming Undergraduate Education: Joint POD Network/NSEC Response to New Report
NSEC and POD have highlighted ways that Centers for Teaching and Learning and STEM Education are critical partners in reforming undergraduate education.
- Webinar on Undergraduate Research Experiences and STEM Education Centers
Join the Network of STEM Education Centers (NSEC) on Monday, October 30th at 1:30-2:30 pm EDT, for the first of a series on undergraduate research experiences.
- Instructional Consultant
The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) seeks to welcome a new colleague to work with instructors at the University of Michigan, particularly in the biological, physical, and health sciences. Familiarity with clinical teaching is highly desirable.