STEM Ed Projects at Michigan State University
These projects are listed to facilitate networking and coordination. To submit a project to this list, send the project title, a short description, and a website or contact name to Renee Bayer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creating a Coherent Gateway for STEM Teaching and Learning at MSU (AAU) endeavors to change the culture at Michigan State University so that teaching and learning are valued and rewarded. The primary mechanisms to enact this change are (1) helping individual departments develop a shared vision for their gateway courses and (2) developing policies and structures to support and reward curricular improvements.
Leveraging Engagement and Vision to Encourage Retention in STEM (LEVERS) is being used to improve introductory courses that serve as gateways to continued studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Specific projects include the reform and revision of chemistry and physics laboratory courses, the creation of digital evolution education software modules in biology, and the development of a new modelingbased calculus curriculum.
DOW STEM Scholars provides academic and social support services to all incoming MSU students, who plan on pursuing a STEM (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics) major and place into Intermediate College Algebra & Trigonometry - Math 1825 on the MSU Math Placement Exam.