Are traditional bottlenecks of math and science limiting your STEM students’ success?
Learn how you can retain more STEM students by ensuring that you engage them in their interest areas, while helping them master critical math concepts. Throughout this webcast, you will see an innovative model for redesigning your STEM curriculum to remove barriers in your curriculum that cause retention setbacks for your students. You will leave better able to address bottlenecks in your curriculum, provide accelerated pathways for students, and help students succeed even before they arrive on campus.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to take steps to retain STEM students in their programs.
In addition to his current position, Nathan Klingbeil is a professor of mechanical engineering. He is the lead PI for Wright State’s national model for engineering mathematics education, which has been supported by over $5.0M in grants from the National Science Foundation. He held the university title of Robert J. Kegerreis Distinguished Professor of Teaching from 2005-2008, and served as the college’s director of student retention and success from 2007-2009. Prior to his appointment as dean, he served as associate dean for academic affairs, where he established the CECS Student Success Center to support large-scale changes in the college's recruitment and retention initiatives. He has received numerous awards for his work in engineering education, including the ASEE North Central Section Outstanding Teacher Award (2004) and the CASE Ohio Professor of the Year Award (2005).
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