We strive to engage in innovative research, scholarship, teaching, and service with a commitment to equity and social justice in STEM education. In collaboration with students, schools, and the community, we aim to broaden participation in STEM by cultivating authentic engagement in high quality P20 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education in the Commonwealth, nation, and world.


We offer an undergraduate degree with a double major in STEM Education and Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science, or Computer Science as well as a stand-alone major in STEM Education. The department also offers a Master of Science degree in STEM Education and a STEM Education track within the Ph.D. Education Sciences Program.

 

 

Group photo of STEM department
STEM Day
NOYCE Fellowship Program
STEM Research Experience for Undergraduates
STEM Camp