Tag: STEM Education

Wash U logo

/ /

Med Campus Evidence-Based Teaching For Researchers Event

August 25, 2018 | Meg Gregory

Announcements /

On Friday, September 21, DBBS is proud to present a day of evidence-based teaching demonstrations and workshops with Dr. Kimberly Tanner, Director of the Science Education Partnership and Assessment Laboratory at San Francisco State University. The plenary lecture is open to all WashU community members and the afternoon workshop is designed for faculty. 9-10:am Plenary […]

Read More
Kemper_Images

/ /

Kemper Art Museum STEM Faculty Workshop

August 25, 2018 | Meg Gregory

Announcements /

The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum is hosting a faculty workshop for those who teach in STEM disciplines who are interested in incorporating the arts into their courses on Thursday, September 20 from noon-1:30pm. This workshop will explore points of intersection between art and STEM. Faculty will discover multiple approaches to integrating object-centered learning into […]

Read More

/

Open Access Resource for STEM Educators

February 1, 2018 | Julia Johnson

Research on Teaching and Learning

CBE-Life Science Education is an open access journal for STEM educators that is published by the American Society for Cell Biology. This journal provides educators with peer-reviewed articles about relevant and applicable content that can be used to make informed teaching decisions. Recent article topics include: Team Based Learning, Implementation of a Learning Assistant Program, […]

Read More
Professor Diane Bunce, Nov. 8, 2017 Photo by Diana Bell, Washington University Libraries

/

Diane Bunce on How Research Can Help Us Understand the “Average Student”

November 16, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Research on Teaching and Learning

On November 8, 2017, Diane Bunce, PhD, gave a talk on “Using Research to Change Our Perception of the Average Student” as part of the Innovations in the Undergraduate Education Speaker Series, co-sponsored by CIRCLE, The Teaching Center, the University Libraries, and Arts & Sciences Computing. Seventy-five faculty, staff, and students from Washington University and […]

Read More

/ / /

New resource for STEM students: Científico Latino

November 8, 2017 | Julia Johnson

Announcements

Científico Latino is a new website developed by graduate students at Yale that aims to improve diversity in STEM by providing resources to undergraduates and graduate students in STEM fields.  The website regularly updates lists of fellowships and scholarships, sample essays for graduate school applications and fellowships, and blog posts related to being a successful […]

Read More
Teaching Center logo

/ /

 #SciComm Thursdays – New Monthly Series on Communicating Science

October 13, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Announcements

Becker Library and the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences are pleased to announce #SciCommThursdays, a monthly series all about Communicating Your Science. The series will feature WashU faculty and staff, plus expert guests from the St. Louis community. Join us to hear valuable perspectives on crafting and disseminating stories about science for any audience, […]

Read More
AAU Logo

/ /

AAU Releases STEM Initiative Report

October 12, 2017 | Meg Gregory

Announcements /

Beginning in the fall of 2011, the Association of American Universities (AAU) launched the AAU Undergraduate STEM Education Initiative, which is focused on improving undergraduate education in STEM fields. The initiative’s goal is to promote the use of evidence-based teaching practices in STEM education at research universities, and to provide faculty members the support they […]

Read More

/ /

Active Learning and Inclusive Teaching in Gen Chem

July 14, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Evidence-Based Strategies /

Megan Daschbach, PhD,  Senior Lecturer in Chemistry, discusses her commitment to improving student learning and helping diverse students persist in STEM in this issue of The Ampersand (Arts & Sciences). Daschbach describes her current work, with her co-instructors, integrating active learning and inclusive-teaching approaches in General Chemistry at Washington University. To learn more about inclusive teaching, and […]

Read More

/ /

HHMI Grant to Support Student Success in STEM

June 8, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Announcements /

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) has just announced that Washington University is one of 24 institutions that will receive  a $1 million grant to support student success in STEM, as a part of the HHMI Inclusive Excellence Initiative. The Washington University initiative will be led by Regina F. Frey (the Florence E. Moog Professor of STEM Education, Chemistry; co-director […]

Read More

/ /

Register for Summer 2017 POGIL Workshop

March 24, 2017 | Teaching Center Staff

Announcements

Looking for ways to enliven your teaching approaches? Who needs the beach? July is time for POGILing! With the view that “knowledge is personal,” POGIL takes a student-centered, team-based, active-learning approach in which key concepts and process skills (such as collaboration and critical thinking) are taught through interaction and discovery. POGIL has  changed their course structure […]

Read More