STEM Central

A Community of Practice for NSF STEM Projects

An AAC&U Network for Academic Renewal and Project Kaleidoscope Conference. This conference’s mission is to chart a daring path toward the reform of STEM higher education through disciplinary introspection, social consciousness, and self-reflection.

STEM Conference

Transforming STEM Higher Education: Confirming the Authority of Evidence

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An AAC&U Network for Academic Renewal and Project Kaleidoscope Conference. This conference’s mission is to chart a daring path toward the reform of STEM higher education through disciplinary introspection, social consciousness, and self-reflection.

Our Mission

STEM Central, an online networking platform of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, and its Project Kaleidoscope serves as a resource for networks of STEM faculty communities working to improve and transform undergraduate STEM education in the United States through the study and practice of broadening participation.

Resources & Tools

STEM Central offers a platform for information exchange and community engagement on issues related to improving undergraduate STEM education.

Search our resource database, follow a blog, join a working group, find a project, learn about upcoming events, or sign up to attend a webinar.

If you dont find what you are looking for, or if you have a question or idea you would like to share, or if you would like to UNSUBSRIBE from STEM Central, please dont hesitate to contact us.

Get Involved

Become a member! The STEM Central community benefits from exchanging ideas, sharing resources, asking questions, and disseminating results to a larger audience. STEM community members present webinars, facilitate working groups, and blog about their experiences and expertise.

Have a question?  Tap into the collective knowledge of STEM Central by posting a question in an appropriate working group.

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