The following science, technology, engineering, and mathematics faculty members have been selected as STEM Innovation Fellows and will participate in the first REFLECT institute in May, funded by a National Science Foundation Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE) grant, according to Stephanie Salomone, mathematics. The REFLECT project stands for “Redesigning Education for Learning through Evidence and Collaborative Teaching,” and will develop and facilitate training workshops to expose faculty to highly effective evidence-based resources and pedagogies at UP.
New STEM Innovation Fellows:
- Niki Schulz, engineering
- Cara Poor, engineering
- Ryan Kenton, Bbiology
- Laurie Dizney, biology
- Christine Weilhoefer, biology
- Kristin Sweeney, environmental science
- Buck Taylor, chemistry
- Elliot Mylott, physics
- Eli Goldwyn, mathematics
- Tammy VanDeGrift, computer science
- Jen Symons, engineering
For more information contact Salomone at firstname.lastname@example.org.