Session Title

Advances in STEM Education at Georgia State University

Session Format

Poster Session (60 minutes)

Location

Holiday Inn

Second Time and Location

Friday, March 4 from 1:10-1:40 p.m. at the Nessmith-Lane Conference Center

Abstract for the conference program

The past five years have brought significant advances in STEM education at Georgia State University. Mini-grants have allowed faculty and students to make strides in a number of areas including laboratory courses, integration of material across disciplines, and new developments in teacher education. Course-based undergraduate research is growing significantly. We have developed a new cadre of student leaders. We have also focused on enhancements of our administrative structure, including changes in advising, ways of enhancing faculty productivity, and academic support for students in the STEM disciplines.

Proposal Track

Non-research Project

Start Date

3-3-2016 7:00 PM

End Date

3-3-2016 9:00 PM

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Advances in STEM Education at Georgia State University

Holiday Inn

The past five years have brought significant advances in STEM education at Georgia State University. Mini-grants have allowed faculty and students to make strides in a number of areas including laboratory courses, integration of material across disciplines, and new developments in teacher education. Course-based undergraduate research is growing significantly. We have developed a new cadre of student leaders. We have also focused on enhancements of our administrative structure, including changes in advising, ways of enhancing faculty productivity, and academic support for students in the STEM disciplines.