Reflections from our director, Max Dass, on honing the art of effective messaging so that we keep on increasing the impact of our work.
For our next seminar in the series we are pleased to present Dr. Bill Penuel.
Three teachers from Asia’s oldest international boarding school located in the foothills of the Himalayas visited us to improve STEM education opportunities for their students.
We are one of nine teams nationwide to be selected to participate in the program.
We recently received a grant from APS to expand the program to five new schools.
Our undergraduate program, NAUTeach, is helping celebrate the UTeach program’s 20th anniversary.
Our model bioscience course to help develop a local STEM workforce, iCREATE, celebrated the students’ work by hosting an event on March 9.
Our Brooke Whitworth is NAU’s representative in the development of the collaborative.
The project creates new models for enabling teachers to integrate 21st century, data-processing, and analysis skills into instruction.
Our three new grant-funded programs are funded through a Math Science Partnership (MSP) grant from Arizona Department of Education.
Congratulations to our undergraduate students, Brandon Van Bibber and Brittany Carr.
The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship has been awarded to two students for Spring 2017.
We were honored to be a part of the Fourth Annual event at NAU’s Skydome.
In conjunction with NAU’s logo update, our logo has now been redesigned as well.
We are excited to introduce a new design element for our undergraduate program, NAUTeach.
We want to share with you the story of Kristi Fredrickson, a Coordinator on our Professional Development Team.
We are pleased to introduce you to our two newest team members: Aspen Garcia and Christy Hilliard.
I am one of 15 VISTAs—Volunteers in Service to America—in Flagstaff as a part of the NAU STEM VISTA Project.
Max Dass, Ph.D.
Director and Professor
Associate Director, Professional Development Programs
Associate Director, Academic Degree Programs
Lisa Cantor Ganey