WVUCE-STEM is actively engaged in increasing STEM education funding to WVU to allow us to achieve our goals of improving STEM education at WVU and in the state, as well as developing national STEM education models.
As the Code.org Regional Partner for West Virginia, CodeWV is working to bring computer science to every student in every school in West Virginia grades K-12.
WVUteach, with a focus on project-based instruction, is excited to be providing its graduates the skills necessary to transform their classrooms into 21st century learning environments of student-centered personalized learning and student success.
WVU, with support of the National Science Foudation, is please to announce the Robert Noyce Scholarship Program to support individuals with pursuing a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) degree and teaching certification through WVUteach to become science teachers in secondary schools.PhysTEC
Improving the education of future physics teachers.
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Builds upon prior work and will develop instructional activities and an investigation practice assessment instrument; infuse the materials into a current course and validate the new assessment instrument with pre-service elementary teacher candidates; and enter into a reiterative process of revision and implementation based on the student and faculty instructor feedback and project evaluation.
Modeling STEM retention and departure across Physics, Mathematics, and Engineering.
Understanding and improving collegiate persistence and STEM opportunities for developmental Mathematics students.
A course to introduce non-calculus ready first year engineering students to engineering concepts and critical thinking skills.
An NSF award of nearly $955,000 that will provide five-year merit scholarships to students enrolled in the Academy of Engineering Success, or AcES, which is an academic success and professional development bridge program designed for first-time freshman in the Fundamentals of Engineering Program.
An NIH award part of a five-year, $1.25 million grant to hold symposia and Biomedical Summer Institute camps at WVU, Marshall University, West Virginia State University, and Glenville State College. The events are designated for high school students who participate in the West Virginia Health Science and Technology Academy, or HSTA, a program that seeks to increase the number of African American, financially disadvantaged or other underrepresented West Virginians who pursue health-sciences or STEM-based college degrees.