Tips to Make Your Classroom More Inclusive for LGBQT+ Students

 Why do I keep seeing people list pronouns on their email signatures? Can I use the word queer? What’s a deadname? As ASU is defined […]

How to Make Undergraduate Research Experiences More Inclusive for Students with Depression

Depression is a mental health concern for many students and is prevalent among undergraduates at a concerning rate. It has also been shown that underserved […]

#ShutDownSTEM Movement

#SHUTDOWNSTEM Many of you are aware of the #ShutDownSTEM movement planned for today, June 10th, 2020. In the Arizona State University School of Life Sciences, […]

It Works for Me, Does It Work for You? Accessibility for All

Faculty and students come together in a course with assumptions and judgments that have been formed from our own experiences, as well as how we […]

Building STEM Bridges: Reflecting on five years of ASU’s BioBridge Program

Today's blog is written by Logan Gin, PhD Student in Biology and Society, and member of Sara Brownell's Biology Education Research Lab What are bridge […]

Should science instructors try to be funny? Yes, depending on what they joke about!

Today's blog is written by Sara Brownell, PhD, Associate ProfessorSchool of Life Sciences at Arizona State University. We all know the reputation of science instructors […]

What’s the Point of Using Student Names in Large Courses?

Today's guest blog is by Anna Krieg, an undergraduate researcher in Sara Brownell’s Biology Education Research Lab. She is a senior Barrett honors student who […]

How Instructors Can Make Their Active Learning Classrooms More Inclusive to Members of the LGBTQIA Community

Today's Blog is presented by Katelyn Cooper. Katey is a PhD student in Sara Brownell's Biology Education Research lab studying ways to promote equity in […]

Beyond “Teaching the Facts”: How to Teach Evolution to Religious Students Who Don’t “Believe”

Today's post is by Liz Barnes, a PhD Graduate Student in Sara Brownell's Biology Education Research Lab at ASU's School of Life Sciences. Liz found […]

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