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Preparing Students for STEM Research at the Lyman Briggs College

by Sweeder, Ryan D., Strong, Philip E.

This paper from Michigan State University provides insight on preparing undergraduate science students for reseach based science careers...

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  • Publish date: 2012-06
  • Keywords:STEM, Conference Proceedings, Higher Education Brief, Student Support, Survey results, Teaching Quality
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Improving Mathematics Success Through Enhanced Support Services

by Basyrov, Alexander; Bendel, Christopher P.; Dutter, Seth; Jones, Benjamin F.;

This paper describes a University of Wisconsin-Stout year-long project to assess math tutors and improve math support services..

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  • Publish date: 2012-06
  • Keywords:STEM, Conference Proceedings, Math, Student Support
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A Holistic Model for Supporting a Diverse Student Body in the STEM Fields

by Krista C. James; Kitrina Carlson

This is a conference paper for the Education Division's 2011 ASQ Advancing the STEM Agenda in Education, the Workplace..

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  • Publish date: 2011-06
  • Keywords:STEM, Student Retention, Conference Proceedings, Student Support

Integrating Writing into the Freshman Engineering Curriculum

by Newborg, Beth; Ford, Jr., Michael W. ; Budny, Dan;

Quality Approaches in Higher Education Vol. 1 (2) August 2010 article by Dan Budny, Beth Newborg, Michael W. Ford, Jr. of the University of Pittsburgh. This paper describes the English/ Freshman Engineering Writing Program (E/FEWP) at the Swanson School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh. This ongoing collaboration among engineering and English department faculty and engineering librarians has made university-level research and writing an essential, integral part of the engineering experience. By describing the writing projects and the concepts that created them, we hope to provide useful tools to assist other educators in developing and/or enhancing the use of writing within their engineering curricula and classrooms.

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  • Publish date: 2010-08
  • Keywords:Quality Approaches in Higher Education, Student Support

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