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Science Education Associate Position Open at SERC
Posted: Jul 28 2020

The Science Education Associate advances SERC work in addressing equity and enhancing the quality of STEM teaching and learning by pursuing funding opportunities, conducting and collaborating on externally funded education improvement projects, and disseminating the results to a broad community. This person will work as a self-directed member of SERC staff with priorities determined by the SERC leadership team and project principal investigators of partner projects across multiple other institutions. This position is offices in Northfield, Minnesota.
This is a full-time regular grant funded position. Desired Start Date: September 1, 2020

Content Specialist Position at Science Education Resource Center (SERC)
Posted: Jul 27 2020
The Content Specialist works as part of the Science Education Resource Center (SERC) web team at Carleton College to support projects fostering STEM learning, and to develop and deploy professional development programming, develop new and improve existing websites, and assist in education research and evaluation projects lead by people at SERC and partner institutions. This is a regular full-time grant funded position. Desired Start Date: September 1, 2020.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Position - Tennessee STEM Education Center (TSEC)
Posted: Jul 1 2020
Hi NSEC Colleagues!

The Tennessee STEM Education Center (TSEC) is extending the search for a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Position to work on research projects across multiple academic settings. More details are below. Please distribute widely!
Anti-Racism Resources for STEM Education Centers
Posted: Jun 26 2020
At NSEC 2020, we asked participants to share resources related to ending racism. This is a non-comprehensive crowd-sourced collection.
Resources for STEM Education Centers in Response to COVID-19
Posted: Mar 30 2020
We know STEM Education Centers play a vital role on campuses in helping disseminate information to STEM faculty. To aid that work, we are compiling resources related to COVID-19 on teaching remotely and responses by the federal agencies to the federal funding of research during the pandemic.
New free resource for leading change: The Science Education Initiative Handbook
Posted: Feb 12 2019
The Science Education Initiative Handbook has practical advice and a suite of resources for those leading initiatives, soliciting departmental proposals, department leaders organizing work with their faculty, or for postdocs or instructors partnering with faculty to make changes to their courses.
Do you need an evaluator or program consultant?
Posted: Dec 18 2018
Science and Mathematics Program Improvement (SAMPI) is a research and evaluation center at Western Michigan University. We would like to make STEM Education Center Directors aware of our services.
How do I help students engage productively in active learning classrooms?
Posted: Jul 19 2017
In this set of Expert Recommendations, you will find research-based recommendations for helping students to engage productively in active learning, along with concrete examples of how to incorporate these ideas in your classroom.
Webinar: Tested tools for managing STEM networks
Posted: May 24 2017
The webinar will focus on STEM network management tools from two states. Both Oregon (STEM Hub Backbone Effectiveness Tool) and Indiana (Indiana STEM Strategic Plan) have created tools earning the STEMx seal of approval. Webinar is on June 14, 2017.