MSU Symposium May 2022

Powering the Future of Learning and Innovation: MSU’s STEM Teaching and Learning Facility

Date TBD
Michigan State University

This event has been postponed.

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.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Establish a vision and goals for successfully preparing students for careers in STEM disciplines.
  2. Identify new teaching modalities for improving the STEM learning experience and ensuring student success and retention.
  3. Describe a vision and framework for successful planning, design, and space management of a STEM facility.
  4. Identify building design elements that directly support innovative STEM teaching and learning.

AIA LU 5.0 Unit (SCUPC22M2)
AICP CM 5.0 Unit

Brought to you by the SCUP North Central region.

Assistant Provost, Institutional Space Planning and ManagementMichigan State University
Assistant Dean, College of Natural Science Michigan State University
Director of Facilities and Planning College of EngineeringMichigan State University

North Central Symposium Sponsors

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