Oregon State University, like many others, is on the brink of a transformation where the culture of scholarship is being applied inward to comprehensively examine and evolve the 

institutions own practices. This shift has many implications; one of the most exciting is an improvement in student learning outcomes and competencies. The ESTEME@OSU (Enhancing STEM Education at Oregon State University) project is focusing on increasing the use of evidence-based instructional practices (EBIPs) to enhance the effectiveness of STEM classes. Navigate using the menu tabs to the right to learn more about the project.

The project is supported by the National Science Foundation's WIDER program, DUE 1347817.

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Milo Koretsky (Principal Investigator)
milo.koretsky@oregonstate.edu

Thomas Dick (Co-Principal Investigator)
Shane Brown (Co-Principal Investigator)
Jana Bouwma-Gearhart (Co-Principal Investigator)
Susan Brubaker-Cole (Co-Principal Investigator) 

Julie Risen (Project Manager)
Victoria Bonebrake (Asst. Project Manager)