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Vermont STEM Collaborative
To coordinate, energize and advance STEM* opportunities for all students and educators across Vermont that promote informed, creative and sustained problem solving, investigation and design practices.
Center for STEM Education, UNC Charlotte
Promote STEM education across PK-16
Center for STEM Education (C-STEM) at East Carolina University
The Center for STEM Education supports K-16 students and educators to provide a workforce to meet the economic and personal needs of the region.
Administrative Location: School or College:Education, Department:Mathematics
State: North Carolina
Georgia State University Center for STEM Education Initiatives
STEM Education Initiatives at Georgia State University center on collaborative programs that foster excellence in PreK-20 STEM teaching and learning in an urban context, with an emphasis on those under-represented in STEM education.
Administrative Location: Independent
STEM Education Center
Research into the improvement of STEM teaching and learning through
Administrative Location: School or College:Education
Science Education Resource Center (SERC)
Engaging teaching activities. Effective pedagogy. Transformative workshops.
Administrative Location: Independent
University of Portland STEM Education and Outreach Center
The University of Portland Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Education and Outreach Center is a collaborative unit among the Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CAS), Education, and Engineering whose mission is to strengthen STEM education in P-18 settings.
Center for Teaching Excellence
The CTE is committed to the values of diversity, inclusion, social justice, and education.
Kummer Center for STEM Education
The Kummer Center for STEM Education mission is to engage teachers and student to increase STEM proficiency and raise awareness of STEM careers thought MIssouri, with special attention to creating equity and inclusion for underrepresented student STEM related fields.
Joan and James Leitzel Center for Mathematics, Science, and Engineering Education
The Leitzel Center transforms Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education and Literacy in formal and non-formal settingsusing both established and current research, carefully examined practice, and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Office of Teaching and Learning
Transformed teaching for lifelong learning.
Student Success Center
The mission of the Student Success Center (SSC) is to foster a learner-centered experience for undergraduate success by serving as a primary university resource for academic support, which complements the efforts of teaching faculty.
Virgin Islands Institute for STEM Education Research and Practice
The Virgin Islands Institute for STEM Education Research and Practice (VI-ISERP) is a vibrant intellectual hub that fosters strategic alliances for research, networking, and innovation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) education in the Virgin Islands and the Caribbean.
General Biology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
e General Biology Program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is dedicated to developing the scientific skills of introductory biology students by providing a supportive, caring learning environment.
Center for Learning, Education and Research in the Sciences
The Center for Learning, Education and Research in the Sciences (CLEAR) is an interdepartmental resource for faculty and students dedicated to expanding on this tradition of leadership in science education at Oberlin College.
The Marburger STEM Center
Promoting inclusiveness, excellence, creativity and innovation
Scientists Engaged in Education Research (SEER) Center
The SEER Center will lead educational research aimed at improving student learning across STEM disciplines by developing collaborations among faculty, postdocs, graduate students, undergrads, and administrators.
Nebraska Collaborative for Food, Energy, and Water Education (NC-FEW)
a systemic, statewide, partnership-driven effort to foster science literacy about food, energy, and water systems in youth and adults.
The Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education (CMSCE) at Rutgers University
CMSCE is a university wide center committed to fostering collaboration among educators and business leaders, practitioners and researchers to en¬hance the learning and teaching of mathematics and science, and to demonstrate how technology can contribute to these goals.