June 24th and 25 Virtual Workshop on Using Research to Support Equitable Outcomes in College STEM Courses
Our mission is to empower instructors and researchers to contribute to, enrich, and diversify the Discipline Based Education Research (DBER) literature. Currently the DBER literature base in science education over-represents dominant culture students and teaching practices at predominately white, highly selective institutions of higher education. By investigating barriers to engaging in DBER work for faculty at institutions which are under-represented in the literature (specifically Hispanic Serving Institutions- HSIs), we can develop workshops and resources to help overcome these barriers.
Our vision is to achieve a more diverse DBER literature base which will better serve the needs of all students in science education.
On this site you will find…
- Practical guides to engaging in quantitative equity research
- Resources for collecting STEM student outcome data
- Publications on equity in STEM courses
To contact the STEMEquity.net team, please visit our team’s about page.
This project is made possible by funding from the National Science Foundation (award #1928596).