Get Involved with iSTEM
Whether you are interested in becoming a high school science teacher or doing research on STEM education, there are many different ways to get involved with iSTEM. We're always looking for talented people to join our efforts as faculty, graduate students, or undergraduate Learning Assistants! The following are just a few of the ways to get involved. More resources can be found in the links to the left.
Attend DBER: The Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) Seminar is a weekly forum for faculty and students interested in discipline-based education research and course transformation. This semester DBER is each Tuesday at 3:00 pm. Visit the Events page of our web site for a list of topics.
Swap Links: send us your logo and details about your program and we'll feature it on our web site and link us from yours. If you don't have a web site yet, we can also provide support by giving you a page on our site.
Collaborate on funding proposals – NSF, NIH, HHMI. CU Faculty have already brought in more than $20 million for STEM education. The more coordination and collaboration there are for funding, the stronger the programs at CU will be.
Tell us about your events. We have growing events calendar on our "Events" page and would love to feature your next colloquium, symposium, meeting, or event. Send details to Kate.Kidder@Colorado.edu.