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The WVU Center for Excellence in STEM Education's mission is to serve as a cross-college organizational structure that integrates, deepens and extends the scope, nature, and ultimately, the impact of STEM education research.

Attend 'What Makes Math and Science "Hard"?' Lecture with Sheila Tobias: November 4

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Attend Sheila Tobias' lecture, 'What Makes Math and Science "Hard"?' 

November 4 | 6 p.m. | Erickson Alumni Center.

Hear from world-renowned math and science pioneer and women’s studies activist, Sheila Tobias, on the term she coined "math anxiety," as well as how to encourage students to rethink math and science as career pathways and break down stigmas in STEM education. Learn more about the event.

Pitch your ideas

WVU faculty and staff are doing great things to support STEM education K-20 in West Virginia and beyond.

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We want to put a spotlight on the good work already going on, and build connections that will allow us to make what we are doing already stronger, and build new projects together.

Tell us what you are doing, or what you want to get started, to improve STEM education.

Be a part of the STEM Education Research Network

Any WVU faculty or academic staff member seeking grant funding to conduct STEM education research is encouraged to explore membership with WVUCE-STEM.

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By working closely together with members of the STEM Education Research Network, WVUCE-STEM is able to provide expert advice, support, and hands-on help that can increase grant approval rates dramatically.