The Eco-Digital Storyteller Program is working to increase the E-STEAM (i.e., Environment, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) identity and career interests of students from historically minoritized groups.
OpenSciEd was launched to improve the supply of and address demand for high quality, open-source, full-course science instructional materials.
The “Brain Healthy” project aims to engage students in investigations of their own brain health and wellness with the goal of promoting healthier lifestyle choices.
Certain introductory physics phenomena are difficult to visualize and manipulate in one’s mind, which is one reason why students struggle in introductory physics classes.
The UTCCI project is a partnership between mathematics educators and researchers from Texas State University, Portland State University, and Teachers Development Group (TDG).
The overarching goal of the ENHANCE project is to improve minority students’ learning outcomes and success in STEM disciplines at AAMU.