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.
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.
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.
WCER Communications, May 23
Wisconsin Public Radio, May 20
Madison Times, May 20
WSB Spring 2016 Update, May 18
WCER Communications, May 10
WCER Communications, May 6
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
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.