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Oct 2nd, 2014
8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
Meeting Room W303
Eastern Time
The NSF-funded Adopting Research-Based Instructional Strategies for Enhancing (ARISE) STEM education project is a three-year project aimed at bridging the gap between research and practice. The project draws on research and theories of change to effect institutional transformation in undergraduate STEM education.

OUTCOMES: Identify components of the UNL collaboration for improving STEM education that can be implemented on your campus * Evaluate strategies for improving STEM education through research-based instructional strategies on your campus * Develop a plan to implement similar (or better) strategies on your campus



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