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Improving Nontraditional Student Performance in STEM

ABRCMS Online presents a discussion of research on nontraditional student performance in STEM.

Webinar participants will:

  • Review data concerning nontraditional student performance in STEM
  • Discuss potential applications of evidence-based strategies on different types of campuses
  • Identify metrics for analyzing nontraditional student performance in STEM
  • Explore the barriers and solutions for incorporating programs

CONTRIBUTORS


Prof. Andrew Houck
, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University

Andrew Houck is a professor of electrical engineering and physics at Princeton University and the director of the Princeton Quantum Initiative. His research focuses on superconducting quantum computing and quantum simulation. He has won numerous awards for his work, including the President's Early Career Award for Science and Engineering and the Packard Fellowship, and currently serves as the chair for the Division of Quantum Information in the American Physical Society. Professor Houck is a dedicated teacher, and has worked to develop a novel sequence of freshmen courses to improve retention, especially among under-represented students, in STEM disciplines at Princeton.

SOCIAL MEDIA
Twitter: @nanonoodle

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Questions? Contact for ABRCMS Online:
Christopher Skipwith, Ph.D.
Education Specialist
202-942-9299
cskipwith@asmusa.org