LSC Session at 2016 Transforming Undergraduate STEM Education: Implications for 21st-Century Society

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Connecting the Dots: Change Initiatives Focusing on How, What, When & Where Learning Happens

Facilitators:

  • Kimberely Frederick, Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry - Skidmore College (representing Council on Undergraduate Research [CUR])
  • Jeanne L. Narum, Principal - Learning Spaces Collaboratory
  • Michael Palladino, Vice Provost for Graduate Students, Professor of Biology - Monmouth University (representing Council on Undergraduate Research [CUR])

Campus-wide reform initiatives are mostly iterative and cyclical, particularly those focusing on student success, faculty careers, programs and pedagogies, community outreach. Those focusing on facilities projects are more linear, time-constrained. Using a template drafted by the Learning Spaces Collaboratory, we will explore how planning physical environments for learning can influence and is influenced by the broader institutional context and culture, how connecting the dots can realize more creative, sustainable transformation of the undergraduate STEM learning environment.

 

AAC&U's Network for Academic Renewal and Project Kaleidoscope
November 3, 2016 to November 5, 2016
Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers
50 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 02116