Patricia Rankin Publishes New Paper, Explores The Relationship Between Women and the STEM Workforce

June 20, 2017

Read Paper Now A review Professor Patricia Rankin co-authored with Dr. Donna Caccamise of the Institute of Cognitive Science at CU Boulder was just released at the Toyko GS10 Gender Summit. This paper provides a broad review of evidence-based research, underlying theories, and interventions related to women’s representation in the... Read more »

CU-Boulder key partner in national STEM center initiative

Nov. 9, 2015

To Physics Professor Noah Finkelstein, it's more of a movement. And it's one that will go a long way to address the well-documented shortage of professionals in certain science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. The University of Colorado Boulder and University of Massachusetts Amherst are lead public campuses partnering... Read more »

CU-Boulder key partner in national STEM center initiative

Nov. 9, 2015

To Physics Professor Noah Finkelstein, it's more of a movement. And it's one that will go a long way to address the well-documented shortage of professionals in certain science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. The University of Colorado Boulder and University of Massachusetts Amherst are lead public campuses partnering... Read more »

Physics Education Initiatives featured in Boulder Daily Camera

Oct. 12, 2011

A recent article from the Boulder Daily Camera highlights CU's Integrating STEM Education Initiative for its success in producing qualified math and science teachers. CU-Physics Professor Noah Finklestein collaborates with the Integrating STEM Education Initiative, resulting in a very high graduation rate of qualified physics teachers. < read more >Read more »