This workshop was held on Thursday, February 27th from 11:30-1PM in McMillan Cafe. Emily Miller, the Associate Vice President of Education Policy from the Association of American Universities, gave opening remarks about the STEM education reforms ongoing on WashU’s campus. The session then focused on data from the Perceptions of Undergraduate Life and Student Experiences (PULSE) survey data (also known as the Consortium on Financing Higher Education’s Enrolled Student Survey), followed by working group sessions diving into the the trends seen among students at WashU.