Space Matters: Designing STEM Learning Environments that Foster Inclusion and Student Success
Contemporary pedagogies, curricula, and cultures that promote inclusion and student success in STEM require consideration of the built environments that support them. In this session, you and your peers will learn through example the elements that characterize 21st century STEM learning environments and the strategies employed to bring key stakeholders and resources together to successfully execute a STEM facilities project. Both new construction and renovation projects will be considered.
Melissa Dagley, Executive Director, Center for Initiatives in STEM, University of Central Florida
Steven P. Girardot, Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Georgia Institute of Technology
Nathan Klingbeil, Professor, Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering, Wright State University
Erin Pitts, Success Coach, Bridges to Baccalaureate Program, Front Range Community College
Jill Sible, Assistant Provost for Undergraduate Education, Virginia Tech