Adopting Research-Based Instructional Strategies for Enhancing STEM Education

Thursday, October 02 | 9:00AM–9:50AM | Meeting Room W303
Session Type: Professional Development
The NSF-funded Adopting Research-Based Instructional Strategies for Enhancing (ARISE) STEM education project is a three-year project aimed at bridging the gap between research and practice. The project draws on research and theories of change to effect institutional transformation in undergraduate STEM education.

OUTCOMES: Identify components of the UNL collaboration for improving STEM education that can be implemented on your campus * Evaluate strategies for improving STEM education through research-based instructional strategies on your campus * Develop a plan to implement similar (or better) strategies on your campus


  • Sydney Brown

    Assistant Director, Innovative Instructional Desig, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Lance Perez

    Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Beverly Russell

    Associate Director, Center for Transformative Teaching, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Heath Tuttle

    Chief Information Officer, University of Nebraska–, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Jeremy Van Hof

    Director of Learning Technology and Development, Michigan State University