More SMATE News
- The work on the MORE grant for mentoring teachers by Dan Hanley and Matt Miller is currently highlighted in a recent NSF CADRE Spotlight: Link to Spotlight. Information about the MORE grant can be found on the SMATE Projects page.
- Don Burgess, SMATE/Woodring Faculty member has recently had a paper published in the Journal of Sustainability Education, Developing Culturally Responsive Teaching Through Learner-Centered Teaching During Content and Field Immersions.
- Josie Melton was recently selected as a NSF CADRE Fellow. The CADRE Fellows program is a competitive fellowship designed to be a capacity-building experience for early career researchers and developers who are members of NSF DR K-12 projects. Read more.
- Western Washington University is one of 24 institutions in the country selected by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Inclusive Excellence Program to receive a five year, $1 million grant to enhance student success in STEM fields, especially those students typically under-represented in the natural sciences.
- Marc Muniz is one of two PIs on a recently awarded NSF grant entitled “POGIL-PCL: Student learning in the laboratory through sustained faculty development.” POGIL-PCL stands for “Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning – Physical Chemistry Laboratory.”
- Kim Markworth, Joe Brobst, Chris Ohana, & Ruth Parker recently had a paper published in the International Journal of STEM Education entitled Elementary content specialization: models, affordances, and constraints. MS: 6007397862011063