STEM Matters: The Formula for Driving Innovation
December 11, 2019
To succeed, innovative efforts to broaden participation in STEM and to make equity an immutable factor in quality STEM teaching require critical reflection and active engagement from the entire range of stakeholders. This webinar brought together key institutional leaders, funding agency officers, and professional society representatives for an open and frank discussion of the structural and systemic barriers to quality and equity in undergraduate STEM education. Participants focused on challenges faced, struggles overcome, lessons learned, and potential threats.
Kelly MackVice President of Undergraduate STEM Education and Executive Director of Project Kaleidoscope, Association of American Colleges and Universities
David AsaiSenior Director for Science Education, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Claudia RankinsProgram Director, Director for Education and Human Resources, National Science Foundation
Tykeia RobinsonAssistant Director of Research and Policy, Office of Undergraduate STEM Education, Association of American Colleges and Universities
Maria QadriScientific Communications Postdoctoral Fellow, Association of American Colleges and Universities