In the interconnected fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), students are provided high-quality, culturally relevant, learning experiences. In STEM classes, students have access to and possess a sense of belonging in:

  • Engaged and networked communities of practice
  • Accessible learning activities that invite intentional play and risk
  • Educational experiences that include interdisciplinary approaches to solving “grand challenges”
  • Flexible and inclusive learning spaces supported by innovative technologies
  • Innovative and accessible measures of learning
  • Societal and cultural images and environments that promote diversity and opportunity in STEM



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Joanna Maria Ali, Ed,D.
Director of STEM, Office of Academics