UMB CURE team selected for NSF Future Substance of STEM Education project.

Dr. TaShara Bailey, CURE's director of programs and STEM curriculum (adjunct faculty, Graduate School), and Dr. Gia Grier McGinnis, CURE's executive director (senior lecturer, Graduate School), were selected to participate in a National Science Foundation (NSF) curriculum design project titled "STEM Futures: The Future Substance of STEM Education."

The outcomes for the project include building a community of practice that will collectively produce 10 curricular design products after attending a series of webinars and a design studio workshop throughout the months of September and October. The initiative is ultimately designed to create the future substance of STEM education that will prepare a diverse workforce to meet future challenges.

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