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Journal of STEM Education

Jul 17, 2015 Volume 16, Number 2

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Number of articles: 10

  1. JSTEM Front Cover

    P Raju

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  2. JSTEM Digest

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  3. Increasing Retention in STEM: Results from a STEM Talent Expansion Program at the University of Memphis

    Alistair Windsor, University of Memphis; Anna Bargagliotti, Loyola Marymount University; Rachel Best, Donald Franceschetti, John Haddock & Stephanie Ivey, University of Memphis; David Russomanno, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis

    MemphiSTEP is a five-year STEM Talent Expansion Program at the University of Memphis sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The project focuses on retention and persistence to graduation to ... More

  4. JSTEM Back Cover

    P Raju

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  5. Aligning Technology Education Teaching with Brain Development

    Petros Katsioloudis & Johnny Moye

    This research paper constitutes a critical analysis study related to brain growth development and is implications for curriculum and instruction in Technology Education. Studying Epstein's brain... More

  6. Instructions for Authors

    P Raju

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  7. Professionalizing the Role of Peer Leaders in STEM

    Bethany Bowling, Northern Kentucky University

    Efforts to improve retention in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors frequently utilize peer mentors and/or leaders. At Authors’ University, the STEM Ambassador (SA)... More

  8. Building a Community of Scholars: One University’s Story of Students Engaged in Learning Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Through a NSF S-STEM Grant – Part II

    Maria Kalevitch, Robert Morris University

    The School of Engineering, Mathematics, and Science (SEMS) at Robert Morris University (RMU) was awarded a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to fund scholarships to 21... More

  9. Contribution Form

    P Raju

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  10. Nurturing Diversity in STEM Fields through Geography: the Past, the Present, and the Future

    Tonny Oyana, Southern Illinois University Carbondale; Sonia Garcia, Texas A&M University, College Station; Timothy Hawthorne, Georgia State Universityu; Jennifer Haegele, Southern Illinois University Carbondale; Joe Morgan, Jacksonville State University; Nekya Young, Tennessee State University

    To date, there has been a wealth of research on participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields, but most research focuses on the implementation of programs and... More