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The following is a statement from the Association of American Universities on the campuses selected to host five demonstration projects on STEM teaching evaluation
AAU has selected five STEM departments at AAU member universities to host demonstration projects in the evaluation of undergraduate teaching. The demonstration projects aim to create better models to evaluate effective and equitable teaching that could then be adapted to STEM departments at other AAU institutions and elsewhere.
The Association of American Universities (AAU) has received a $570,000 gift from the Sarah Gilbert & Carl Wieman Charitable Fund to find better methods for teaching evaluation in university undergraduate STEM departments.
A report summarizing the information and key themes from the virtual meeting of the AAU STEM Initiative campus liaisons on May 1, 2020.
AAU released a report of key findings and recommendations resulting from a workshop that convened experts involved in leading, researching, evaluating and funding efforts to transform undergraduate STEM teaching across all sectors of higher education.
Release of Essential Questions and Data Sources for Continuous Improvement of Undergraduate STEM Teaching and Learning
This report provides a set of key questions designed to engage institutional leaders and faculty members in discussions about STEM teaching and learning.
New AAU Website, STEM Network Mini-Grant Projects Launch, Room Reservation Details for AAU STEM Network Conference
Opportunity to assist with National Academies Study on Humanities and STEM Courses, STEM DBER Alliance, Summer Institutes on Science Teaching, ASCN Leadership Institute
UCLA is among 12 universities nationally to be awarded a grant from the Association of American Universities to fund workshops on campus over the next year to assess all programs that support and retain undergraduate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).