Michigan State University’s (MSU) state-of-the-art STEM Teaching and Learning Facility reflects its commitment to undergraduate education with the goal of advancing student success in STEM disciplines. Persistence in STEM education is a critical component of increasing new and diverse discoveries and preparing students for careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This one-day symposium with an accompanying tour will explore the intent and outcomes of a comprehensive and inclusive planning and design process for a facility that supports learning and student success at MSU.
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Presented by: Nestor DeOcampo, Director of Facilities and Planning, College of Engineering, MSU | Cori Fata-Hartley, Assistant Dean, College of Natural Science, MSU | Barb Kranz, Assistant Provost, Institutional Space Planning and Management, MSU
Presented by: Julie Libarkin, Associate Dean for STEM Education Research and Innovation, MSU | Stephen Thomas, Assistant Dean for STEM Education Teaching and Learning, MSU
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