The (STEM)2 Network
Sustainable, Transformative Engagement across a Multi-Institution/Multidisciplinary STEM Network
2024 Onboarding Meeting
Weds. January 10-Thurs. January 11
Hosted at SUNY Old Westbury on Long Island
The network will meet to welcome new members (Jan. 10 and Jan. 11) and continuing members (Jan. 11). Members will get acquainted, discuss and apply the guiding principles of the Network, and begin or continue work on projects to transform STEM education!
To register, fill out this form.
Questions about the Network? Contact one of the leadership team (see the bottom of this page).
Mobile Institute on Scientific Teaching (MIST)
January 16-19, 2024
Hosted in person by Queensborough Community College
This four day workshop is an introduction to evidence-based teaching practices such as using active learning in the classroom. It is open to all college faculty. Learn basic principles and practice applying them in a fun and engaging way with your colleagues. Participation has transformed the teaching of many faculty in the our network--we highly recommend it! The network is covering all participant costs so it is free for anyone to attend (although note that participants must attend the entire 3.5 days of the workshop). Click here to register!
Two of our Co-PI's Discuss the Network
The (STEM)2 Network focuses on the pivotal role of faculty in restructuring undergraduate STEM education with the mission of providing an equitable and inclusive system for all students.
Three Foundational Frameworks
Areas of Focus
Various areas of focus have emerged from discussions among Network participants - each tackling undergraduate STEM education from different perspectives. Participants self-select into multidisciplinary, multi-institution Working Groups to develop projects related to their area of interest.
To identify and utilize leverage points with the greatest impact on STEM higher education
To create interdisciplinary collaborations and assess the impacts of explicitly interdisciplinary teaching approaches
To address the specific challenges faced by transfer students
Access to Undergraduate Research
To explore and develop interventions to create more equitable and inclusive access to undergraduate research.
To develop peer-level systems that support students and faculty.
Alison Hyslop, St. John's University: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Santangelo, Hofstra University: email@example.com
Eugenia Villa-Cuesta, Adelphi University: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lawrence Hobbie, Adelphi University: email@example.com
Jacqueline Lee, Nassau Community College: Jacqueline.Lee@ncc.edu
Peter Novick, Queensborough Community College: PNovick@qcc.cuny.edu