Network of STEM Education Centers (NSEC)
Addressing calls from the White House (Olson & Riordan, 2012) and National Academies (Singer et al., 2012) for multi-institutional approaches to transform undergraduate STEM education, we are building a national network of STEM Education Centers. These centers serve as the campus hub for improving the STEM learning experience for students, broadening participation in STEM, understanding teaching and learning, broadening the impact of campus research, and supporting national and regional scale improvement in STEM education.
To learn more, visit: http://serc.carleton.edu/StemEdCenters/index.html
To join this effort:
As of August 2016, NSEC currently links 149 STEM Education Centers (SEC) at 126 institutions (from 246 SECs at 182 institutions identified to date). Yellow stars indicate centers with a profile at NSEC. Blue stars are centers that are engaged with NSEC through meetings and the listserv.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1524832.