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SMTI Conferences & Meetings

NSEC 2017 National Conference

Dates: June 23-24, 2017.
Immediately following the NSEC 2017 National Conference, we are hosting a meeting for practitioners engaged in improving undergraduate STEM education and experts in higher education change. See below for more details about this joint SMTI and ASCN meeting.
Start Time for NSEC 2017: 8:30 am CT, June 23, 2017
End Time for NSEC 2017: 4:00 pm CT, June 24, 2017
Location: Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans.
Audience: The conference is for representatives from campus STEM Education Centers or Centers for Teaching and Learning that have a STEM agenda, or those who work closely with these centers. The focus is specifically on centers engaged in improving undergraduate STEM education, including teacher preparation and broader impacts in STEM.

Registration and Call for Proposals coming in January!

 

SMTI and ASCN (Accelerating Systemic Change Network) joint meeting

Dates: June 24-25, 2017.
Immediately follows the NSEC 2017 National Conference.
Start Time for SMTI/ASCN 2017: 3:00 pm CT, June 24, 2017
End Time for SMTI/ASCN 2017: 5:30 pm CT, June 25, 2017
Location: Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans.
Purpose: This meeting will be an opportunity to bridge the gap between research and practice on transforming institutions. We are bringing together faculty who are researching systemic change at higher education institutions with those who are making systemic change happen at their individual institutions.
Audience: Faculty, staff, and administrators who are implementing programs to improve undergraduate STEM education, and faculty who are researching systemic change at higher education institutions.

Registration and Call for Proposals coming in January!

The Accelerating Systemic Change Network (ASCN) is a network of individuals and institutions, formed with the goal of more quickly advancing STEM education programs. Our unique approach is to bring together those who are researching systemic change at higher education institutions, with those who are making systemic change happen at their individual institutions. By closing the loop between researchers and change agents, we aim to accelerate change at program and institution levels, and to improve STEM education nationally.

 

Past national conferences