Find meaning in the world around you and the numbers that explain it.
The Department of STEM Education in the College of Arts and Sciences designs and delivers undergraduate mathematics, computer science, statistics, physics, biology, environmental science and chemistry courses required by all three colleges. The department’s dedicated faculty members have wide-ranging experience not just in education, but also in professional applications in the areas they teach. Additionally, the department administers the skills assessment that assesses the mathematics competency of incoming students to ensure their success in STEM education coursework.
Visit the website of the Department of STEM Education.
Submissions from 2020
Book Review: High-Impact Practices in Online Education, Emily Faulconer
A Reflection on the Changing Reality of Science, Emily K. Faulconer
The Four Agreements in Academia, Emily K. Faulconer
Submissions from 2019
In Support of Scholarly Teaching, Emily K. Faulconer
Arriving at a Better Answer: A Decision Matrix for Science Lab Course Format, Emily K. Faulconer, Laura S. Faulconer, and James R. Hanamean
An Investigation of the Relationship Between Grades and Learning Modes in an Introductory Research Methods Course, Donna L. Roberts, John C. Griffith, Emily Faulconer, Beverly L. Wood, and Soumyadip Acharyya
Submissions from 2018
Writing as a Science Educator, Emily K. Faulconer