The Center for STEM Learning is proud to partner with and feature dozens of STEM programs from around the country and CU Boulder.

Click on the program titles below for more information about each program.

Use the drop-down menus below to help you find programs related to your areas of interest.

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Alternative Breaks

Opportunities for college students to engage in nation-wide community-service projects.

ATLAS Alliance for Technology, Learning, and Society

Technology focused, interdisciplinary research, education and outreach.

Baker Residential Academic Program

Freshman introductory courses, internships for academic credit and a research symposium each fall.


Research based exercises and activities in math and science.

BioFrontiers Science Alliance

Student organization providing collaborative, interdisciplinary activities on campus.

BSI Biological Sciences Initiative

Promotes diversity through research, classroom and professional development experiences.


Exploring informal science education through the arts

BOLD Center

Broadening opportunities through leadership and diversity.

CDI Colorado Diversity Initiative

The CDI implements efforts to improve the recruitment and retention of underrepresented STEM doctoral students.

CIRES Education and Outreach

Everyday environmental science projects and outreach to K-12 and public.

CIRTL Center for Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning

National network for improving STEM college teaching. For graduate students and post docs. Online and on campus programs.

CLACE Latin American Center for Arts, Science, and Education

Bilingual science programs for local students and families.

Colorado Space Grant Consortium

Space-based hands-on projects, courses, research and public service activities.

Colorado Space Science Teacher's Summit

Professional development for middle and high school teachers of astronomy.

COSI IGER Computationhal Optical Sensing and Imaging, an NSF Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship

Computational optical research partnerships between faculty and grad students.

CU Wizards

Free, monthly science shows for children and the community.


Four-year, math and science teacher preparation program.

DBER Discipline Based Education Research

Weekly seminar focused on discipline-based STEM education research.

E&ER Ethnography & Evaluation Research

Researches and evaluates STEM education and career development programs.

TIGER The Teaching Institute for Graduate Education Research

Supporting graduate students in the development of innovative teaching practices.

FTEP Faculty Teaching Excellence Program

Faculty networking for teaching and education research.

GAMES Girls at the Museum Exploring Science

Informal education after-school program for 4th-5th grade girls, summer program for middle school girls.

GTP Graduate Teacher Program

Teaching, research and service based professional development for graduate students.

Herbst Program of Humanities for Engineers

Small enrollment humanities courses for engineering students.

Inquiry Hub

Assists in planning and implementing differentiated instruction for diverse student populations.

I-DREAMS Integrative Design-based Reform-oriented Educational Approach for Motivating Students

Video game design to encourage student pursuit of careers in information technology.

K-12 Engineering Education Initiative at the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

University based, K-12 engineering education initiative and materials.

LA Program The Learning Assistant Program

Recruits and prepares science majors for teaching careers while enhancing classroom experiences.

LASP Education and Outreach

Creates and distributes research-based, space-science curriculum.

Miramontes Arts and Sciences Program

A diversity focused academic community supporting students in the College of Arts & Science.

Mortenson Center in Engineering for Developing Communities

Trains engineers to work in partnership with organizations in developing communities worldwide.

NCWIT National Center for Women and Information Technology

Increasing women's participation in computing and technology.

PhET Interactive Simulations

Free, research-based simulations of physical phenomena for use in STEM education.

Physics Education Research Group at Colorado (PER@C)

A group of physics education researchers at CU Boulder studying and driving educational change.

PISEC Partnerships for Informal Science Education in the Community

Opportunities for university students to teach inquiry-based science to under-represented K-12 populations.

President's Teaching Scholars Program

Honoring faculty who have excelled in teaching and education research.


Sommers-Bausch Observatory open house on Fridays for GK12 and the public.

Fiske Planetarium and Science Center

Develops planetarium curriculum and provides hands-on learning activities.

CU Science Discovery

Informal science camps offered by CU for the community.

SEI Science Education Initiative

Supporting institutional change by assisting faculty in scholarly approaches to teaching.

Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

Scholarships, research, collaboration opportunities and support for prospective teachers.

University of Colorado Museum of Natural History

The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History is open every day, free of charge.

Women in Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Group

Increasing the number of female students and faculty in Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering.

Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE)

A forum and news outlet for women in STEM fields.

XSci Experiential Science Education Research Collaborative

At XSci, we create and research experiential programs…simply put, we live and breathe experiential science.