Carl Wieman - 2011 Annual Meeting

Carl E. Wieman, Associate Director for Science at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Recipient of 2001 Nobel Prize in Physics and U.S. Professor of the Year Award


Carl Wieman

General Session - The University of 2020: Students, Faculty and Curriculum

Presidents and chancellors understand the profound changes in student populations, the challenges in developing faculty and designing curriculum suited to the 21st century university. This program will focus on what it means to use research-based practices to improve teaching and learning, especially in STEM disciplines. The session will explore implications for institutional organization, student learning activities and faculty professional development. What is the role of the president or chancellor in re-designing STEM teaching and learning?

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    Carl Wieman

    General Session - The University of 2020: Students, Faculty and Curriculum

    Presidents and chancellors understand the profound changes in student populations, the challenges in developing faculty and designing curriculum suited to the 21st century university. This program will focus on what it means to use research-based practices to improve teaching and learning, especially in STEM disciplines. The session will explore implications for institutional organization, student learning activities and faculty professional development. What is the role of the president or chancellor in re-designing STEM teaching and learning?

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