EVENTS

Sep 21, 12:30 - 1:30 pm

Wisconsin Ideas in Education Lecture Series
Mark your calendars for the first of the 2016-2017 WIES Lecture Series, WIES is an interdisciplinary speaker series intended for educators and future educators across campus.

Oct 1, 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Carl A. Grant Scholars Lecture Series
Check back for the dates and speakers for the 2016-2017 Carl A. Grant Lecture Series, The series enhances awareness of minority scholars and their work in education on and beyond our campus.

Jan 15, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

UW–Madison Education Research Poster Fair
Plan ahead to present at or attend the third annual UW–Madison Education Research Poster Fair, The fair includes a lecture from a visiting speaker & provides an opportunity to learn about the latest in education research.

PUBLICATIONS

The ASM-NSF Biology Scholars Program: An Evidence-Based Model for Faculty Development, Amy L. Chang and Christine M. Pribbenow, Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education, May 2016

Scaling Up: Adapting a Phage-Hunting Course to Increase Participation of First-Year Students in Research, Nancy L. Staub, Marianne Poxleitner, Amanda Braley, Helen Smith-Flores, Christine M. Pribbenow, Leslie Jaworski, David Lopatto, and Kirk R. Anders. Life Sciences Education, Summer 2016

"The Real Price of College." Sara Goldrick-Rab & Nancy Kendall. The Century Foundation, March 2016

NEW GRANTS

Eric Grodsky, Rich Halverson, and Steve Kimball received $2 million from the U.S. Dept. of Education for the project Connecting Educators and Evidence through Data, through September 2019. 

Matt Hora and Ross Benbow received $782,000 of a $2.2 million National Science Foundation grant running through April, 2020. UW-Madison's portion totals $1,589,057 and the Rochester Institute of Technology will receive $647,103 for the project, Collaborative Research: Exploring Factors that Shape Education and Workplace Training on Essential 21st Century Competencies: A Translational Study in Four High-STEM Job Regions.

Mitchell Nathan and Peter Steiner received $339,000 from the U.S. Dept. or Education for the project, How Dynamic Gestures and Directed Actions Contribute to Mathematical Proof Practices, through June 2020. 

FUNDERS
PROJECTS