STEM Central

A Community of Practice for NSF STEM Projects

Maryville College students learning to use a GPS for ecological fieldwork

Welcome!

STEM Central offers a collection of useful resources and serves as a valuable networking resource for the broad and diverse Undergraduate STEM Education community, including NSF-funded projects.across the country.

Maryville College students learning to use a GPS for ecological fieldwork

Our Mission

STEM Central is a database of resources and network of communities working to improve and transform undergraduate STEM education in the United States. Our community includes educators, scientists, administrators, student support specialists, funders, and evaluators.

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.

Subscribe to the STEM Central Quarterly Newsletter and receive valuable updates on upcoming events, news, and resources for STEM undergraduate education.

 

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.

Working Groups are growing: We are working on adding more working groups that appeal to a broader audinece. If you dont find what you are looking for, or if you have a question or idea you would like to share, 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.

Subscribe to the STEM Central Quarterly Newsletter and receive valuable updates on upcoming events, news, and resources for STEM undergraduate education