DBER faculty directory online

The faculty directory of the Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) group is now online: http://scimath.unl.edu/dber/directory. To be added to this directory, please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/uORhnBUa3OQT3AnC2, and email your photo to laugustyn2@unl.edu.

The primary goal of DBER is to study college-level STEM education through learning sciences and education research that is grounded within the cognate expertise of STEM disciplines. DBER research and change efforts work to inform college-level STEM education, drawing on multi-faceted inputs and support. Thus, the DBER Group is composed of faculty, staff and students from STEM, education and other fields who share a common interest in studying and transforming STEM education (formal and informal, PK-16+) through both basic and applied research. The group meets on a weekly basis via an informal STEM Education Seminar, where we learn more about current STEM education research and activities in formal (grades PK-16+) and informal (outreach activities and museums) educational settings. Together we explore questions and ideas of mutual interest that deal with STEM education and STEM education research. All are welcome to attend. In addition to our seminar, we also host other types of activities such as workshops and socials. Learn more at: http://scimath.unl.edu/dber (or http://www.unl.edu/dber).