Published: March 14, 2019

Assistant Professor Leilani Arthurs and colleagues from two other institutions were awarded a $3 million NSF-IUSE grant: Collaborative Research: IUSE: EHR: Promoting Research-based Instructional Methods for Enhancing and Reforming STEM Education (PRIMERS). The goal of the project is to move undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics instructors towards more learner-centered instruction that fosters active learning by leveraging professional development programs designed for instructors of all types, ranging from part-time lecturers to tenured faculty.  The collaborating institutions in this project are CU Boulder, Front Range Community College, and University of Texas - Rio Grande Valley.