CIRCLE Fellow Megan Daschbach, Lecturer in Chemistry, will present at the 2016 STEM Faculty Institute on Teaching. Drawing from her CIRCLE Fellowship project, Daschbach will offer an interactive lecture, “Insights from the Field: Integrating Clickers into General Chemistry.”
STEM FIT, which provides three days in the summer for STEM faculty to focus on refining their teaching, has been a great success since it began in 2014. In addition to lively discussions throughout the days’ presentations, faculty for working-group to collaborate in developing innovations and improvements in their courses.
The institute is open to full-time faculty in STEM from Washington University and from colleges and universities across the region. Apply here.