Guiding STEM Students

The Center for Careers in Teaching has implemented Project GPS2, or Guiding and Preparing STEM Students, in an effort to increase the number of future students and educators of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

The Ocean Rocks!

A marine and coastal education project, funded by a grant from the California Coastal Commission’s Whale Tail Grants Program, aims to excite high school students about earth science and prepare educators to teach science.

Supporting Future Science Teachers

Nearly $900,000 in scholarships made possible by federal stimulus funding is helping increase the number of future middle and high school chemistry and biology teachers.

Hands-on Science

Future teachers conduct research outside the classroom through the university’s Promoting Resources in Informal Science Education internship program.

Catalyst for Learning

Funded by a $238,000 federal grant, a new center aims to increase research approaches for increasing the number of math and science educators.