Some of our primary partners in STEM education include:
The College of Arts and Sciences, founded in 1892, is the University of Colorado's largest college -- offering over 50 majors, minors, and certificate programs. A&S showcases a diverse faculty including Nobel laureates, celebrated authors and artists, as well as a history to cherish and a legacy to build upon. In our aspirations and achievements, we are matched only by the majesty of our mountains.
The Center for STEM Learning (CSL) is the result of a 5-year initiative to establish the University of Colorado Boulder as a national hub of STEM education research and reform. CSL has now evolved into a campus center that coordinates and leads:
Many of the field placements for our CU-Teach courses are in BVSD classrooms. Through this partnership, students get support from practicing K-12 teachers who model effective, inquiry-based classroom instruction.
The National Math & Science Initiative, Inc. (NMSI) is an innovative, non-profit organization dedicated to expanding programs that have a proven impact on math and science.
UTeach started at The University of Texas at Austin in 1997 as a new way to prepare secondary science, math and computer science teachers. Its strength lies in the unique collaboration between the Colleges of Natural Sciences and Education
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