The National Science Foundation (NSF) and Howard Hughes Medical Institute will host a Mobile Summer Institute (MoSI) on Undergraduate STEM Education from Monday, Aug. 6, through Friday, Aug. 10, at Case Western Reserve University.
University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE) and University Technology ([U]Tech) will host MoSI. The week-long institute will take place at CWRU in active learning classrooms. STEM education includes social sciences, psychology and many other fields of study, all of which are detailed on the list of NSF STEM fields.
STEM educators across the institution may apply. Faculty members should make up the majority of the summer cohort, but graduate students and postdocs also are encouraged to apply for a limited number of seats.
About the institute
MoSI will expand and sharpen participants’ teaching skills through workshops facilitated by national science education experts. Participants will develop original, innovative classroom materials ready for immediate implementation and will be become part of an ongoing learning community of CWRU STEM faculty, graduate students and postdocs dedicated to improving student learning outcomes and supporting fellow faculty members.
Those interested must apply online via a Google Form by May 31.
With any questions, contact the UCITE and [U]Tech hosting team at firstname.lastname@example.org.