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Student Experience: Port Tampa Bay
Math and science are hard at work at Port Tampa Bay and USF College of Education students had a great view of all the action.
April 13, 2023Student Life
College of Ed Dean and Faculty Member land $1M grant to enhance USF-Suncoast Districts STEM Education Program
Anthony Rolle, the Dean of USF’s College of Education and David Rosengrant, Professor of STEM Education and Campus Dean of USF’s College of Education, St. Petersburg Campus were recently awarded a $1M grant to enhance USF-Suncoast Districts STEM Education Program. Rolle was the Principal Investigator and Rosengrant was the Co-investigator. The grant is administered by the US Department of Education.
November 16, 2022Faculty and Staff
What eye-tracking research tells us about keeping student attention in the classroom
In a recently published research brief for the David C. Anchin Center for the Advancement of Teaching, College of Education Professor David Rosengrant explores the use of eye trackers to study student attention and how educators can use the insights from this research to maintain interest in the classroom.
June 14, 2022Centers and Institutes, Research, Resources for Educators
USF selected to host first Florida chapter of Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement Schools Program
USF was selected to host Florida's first chapter of the MESA Schools Program, an academic program that supports underserved students and helps them excel in STEM fields.
April 1, 2022College of Education News, Community Engagement
David C. Anchin Center announces new Scholars-in-Residence, STEM Fellow
The David C. Anchin Center welcomes USF faculty members each year to participate in the Scholar-in-Residence Program. New this year, the Anchin Center’s STEM Fellows Program welcomes faculty to explore research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.
July 22, 2020Centers and Institutes, Faculty and Staff, Research
Spring break camp inspires local students to pursue STEM-related inventing and problem-solving
The College of Education hosted a camp created by the Lemelson-MIT Program that encourages young inventors to develop hands-on skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through the process of invention and creative problem-solving.
April 30, 2019College of Education News, Community Engagement
College of Education hosts ‘Girl Powered’ workshop to inspire girls to participate in robotics
At the Girl Powered Robotics Day, school-aged girls from across the Tampa Bay area got a hands-on experience in the field of robotics.
October 9, 2017Centers and Institutes, College of Education News, Community Engagement
Teachers build robots, gain hands-on training at VEX STEM Robotics Teacher Training
More than 40 educators participated in a week full of activities related to robotics and STEM education during the David C. Anchin Center's VEX Robotics Professional Development Teacher Training.
August 10, 2017Centers and Institutes