Research in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
Currently Funded Projects
Our research focuses range from undergraduate research (UR), which includes both course-based undergraduate research experience (CURE) and directed research experiences to provide authentic research opportunities for students, to discipline-based education research (DBER), which has a focus on improving the student experience.
Inquiry-based learning (IBL) spans the divide between UR and classroom teaching, as it provides a taste of the research experience while enhancing content knowledge. Internal and external grants support this research and our STEM programs, and we list some select examples below. If you have interest in conducting DBER or adding more research components to your class (in STEM or non-STEM courses), we would be delighted to work with you! Please email us!
- NOYCE Math
- NOYCE Science
- BODYMODELS (Biomechanics to Offer Diverse Young Minds Opportunities to Develop, Learn, and Explore STEM)
- SPARCS (Strategic Problem-Based Approach to Rouse Computer Science)