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SAVE THE DATE! "F3+ : Faculty, Food, & Fun Plus"

Feb 23 2015

Join us for community building and a status update on the ESTEME@OSU project at our upcoming F3+: Food, Faculty, and Fun (+) event! This event is open to both current and interested participants. Food, drink, and semi-structured activities will be provided. 

Salon #2: Evidence Based Practices in Undergraduate Education

Dec 10 2014

Join us on Wednesday, Dec. 10th from 3:00-5:00 pm in Milam 215, when we will discuss the National Academies’ consensus report on Discipline-based Education Research (NRC 2012) and the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology report on improving undergraduate STEM education, entitled Engage to Excel (PCAST 2012).

Speaking Salon #1: Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development

Nov 19 2014

On Wednesday, Nov. 19th from 3:00- 5:00 pm in Furman 303, we will discuss the Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development (jointly authored by NSF and IES), and the role of the guidelines in guiding the agencies’ investment decisions. This salon might be of interest to everyone who would like to better understand what NSF and IES consider appropriate evidence in education and learning research. Refreshments provided. 

People Matter: The Role of Affect and Relationship in Student Engagement

Nov 07 2014

Join us as we hear from Dr. Denise Wilson on the importance of relationships and belonging to student engagement. 

Cultivating a STEM-Ready Society

Oct 31 2014

Learn why our nation’s future success depends on building a globally competitive, diverse STEM workforce

2014 Forum on Digital Media for STEM Learning Keynote

Sep 16 2014

On September 16th, 2014 our director Dr. Martin Storksdieck served as a keynote speaker to the 2014 Forum on Digital media for STEM Learning in Boston, Massachusetts. Hosted by PBS Learning Media and WGBH Boston, the forum "provides an environment to explore the evolving landscape, products and engagement models surrounding digital media in the STEM education space. The format of this event includes a diverse blend of anchoring keynote presentations and fast-paced panels that provide opportunities for speaker and audience interaction.

Research and Practice Informing Curricular Change: Using Outcomes From Research Studies on Undergraduate Student Motivation

Mar 13 2014

The Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning and the College of Engineering are pleased to be co-hosting this seminar and forum on Thursday March 13th at 2:00 p.m. in Furman Hall Rm 105.  The interactive seminar is expected to last one hour, faculty are welcome to stay longer to interact with Dr. Matusovich and colleagues.  Refreshments and snacks will be provided. 

Martin Storksdieck, Director Candidate, Public Talk

Dec 04 2013

Martin Storksdieck is the Director of the Board on Science Education at National Academy of Sciences.

Seminar and Forum: Investigating Lifelong Science Learning

Jun 11 2013

When do people learn science?  Why do people learn science?  Where do people learn science?  In this talk derived from an NSF Distinguished Lecture, Dr. John H. Falk will present a brief overview of the growing understanding of how the public learns science across their lifetime.  Dr. Falk will summarize two recent large-scale research studies.