STEM Educators' Lecture

Each spring the CAT hosts the STEM Educators' Lecture, an interactive workshop featuring a speaker who is advancing the field of STEM pedagogy through their research and/or practice. While STEM-focused, faculty and teaching assistants from all disciplines are welcome.

This year’s lecture will take place virtually on March 16th from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm, and will be given by André Thomas, from the Texas A&M University, and titled, A Game-based Approach to Teaching Calculus: Implications of the Research for STEM Courses. Click here to learn more and register for this year's lecture.

Click the links below to see the speakers and topics from the prior year’s STEM Educators' Lectures.

2021: Dr. Lisa Corwin: Failing (in order) to Succeed: Helping STEM Students to Approach Challenges, Cope With Failures, and Develop Scientific Resilience

2020: Julie Dangremond Stanton: Metacognitive Regulation: How Undergraduate Students Evaluate and Adjust their Approaches to Learning in Science

2019: Lisa Stoddard: Asset Mapping: Empowering Student Project Teams to Perform more Effectively and Equitably

2018: Dr. David Asai: Harnessing Diversity to Improve STEM Excellence: Race Matters

2017: Dr. Sheryl Sorby: Improving 3-D Spatial Skills

2016: Dr. Susan Singer: Integrating Research and Practice to Improve Student Success

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