How can colleges and universities match the increasing demand for jobs in STEM? When it comes to academic offerings, student success not only includes course material but how the programs provide opportunities for students and how they address setbacks such as the interruptions faced in their education due to the pandemic.

In an upcoming Virtual Forum, a panel of experts will discuss how STEM classes need to be designed with more than just the subject matter in mind. The panel will discuss how to best support students, including how to give those from underrepresented groups the same chances and how to help students whose math and science educations have been affected by the pandemic.

Join “Designing STEM Courses for Today’s Students” on February 22 at 2 p.m. ET. 


Alex Kafka

Senior Editor
The Chronicle of Higher Education


Haider Ali Bhatti

PhD Candidate
Berkeley School of Education

Shalin Jyotishi

Senior Analyst 
Education & Labor, New America

Neil Simon

Professor of Biological Sciences
Lehigh University

Denzel Wilson

Houston Community College


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Wednesday, February 22, 2023