Knowledge Exchange Clinics

Knowledge Exchange Clinics offers one-of-a kind opportunities for STEM faculty who are committed to improving undergraduate STEM teaching, and require external resources to do so, to understand and gain evaluation and education research expertise that is culturally sensitive and necessary for more accurately pinpointing the areas where broadening participation interventions and/or funded initiatives (such as NSF’s LSAMP, S-STEM, INCLUDES projects) are likely to flourish within particular institutional contexts. During our Clinics, participants have opportunities to:

  1. Engage, one-on-one, in technical dialogues with Knowledge Exchange evaluators and education researchers to improve grant proposal competitiveness,
  2. Discuss, at length, specific institutional contexts that are either contributing to or limiting institutional/departmental potential for broadening participation success, and
  3. Develop working relationships with a community of Knowledge Exchange scholars who are steeped in methods for achieving broadening participation through social justice.