Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Center
Texas Tech University
Dr. Ken Griffith is Assistant Director of the Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Center (TLPDC) and Director of the STEM Teaching, Engagement & Pedagogy (STEP) Program at Texas Tech University. Ken is also an Instructor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Texas Tech. He has peer-reviewed publications in both scientific and education journals and has served as co-investigator on projects funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of General Medical Sciences.
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Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Center at Texas Tech University part of Network of STEM Education Centers:Workshops and Webinars:Working Meeting 2018:Pre-Work
Ken Griffith, Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Center at Texas Tech University STEM Teaching, Engagement & Pedagogy (STEP) Program (Acrobat (PDF) 176kB May24 18)
Improving the Center's Lever: Strategic Addition of a Co-curricular Activity to Improve STEM Faculty and Student Success part of Transforming Institutions Conference 2023:Program:Presentations:Session K
After the 2015 annual meeting of the POD Network in Higher Education, leaders from POD and the Network of STEM Education Centers (NSEC) came together to host a workshop called "Collaborating at the ...
Enacting Rightful Presence to Promote Students' Belonging part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:DEI in STEMM Blog Series
As we educators pursue equitable and just practices in STEM education, we acknowledge our students' diverse experiences and challenges, and we recognize the importance of their sense of belonging in our ...