The Office of STEM Education is part of the SAS Office of Undergraduate Education and oversees efforts related to reforms in undergraduate education in the STEM and quantitative disciplines, outreach to the community, and technological developments targeted at improving the quality of undergraduate education.
The Cyberlearning Innovation and Research Center (CIRC) is an innovation center that serves as a platform for developing new tools in educational technology to create solutions to real-world classroom problems and discover novel ways to engage instructors with students and students with each other.
Contact: Darrin York, Director
The STEM Transformations using Research-based Instructional practices, Assessment and Dissemination coalition (TRIAD) serves as a research and organizing center for implementation and assessment of course transformations based on discipline based education research.
Contact: Mary Emenike, Director
The Math & Science Learning Center (MSLC) provides a space for student collaboration and learning, public outreach programs for K-12 students and teachers, promotes collaboration among outreach programs across the university, and fosters the development of programming which brings together the educational expertise and rich array of research initiatives of faculty and graduate students in the STEM disciplines. Among the major outreach activities are the Rutgers Science Explorer, a mobile lab that visits local middle schools, and the historic Geology Museum.