The TRIAD Coalition is a research community that brings together experts in education research across STEM disciplines. It supports a community of well-meaning faculty by liaising with existing support structures and resources across the university to facilitate course transformations and the related measurement of change.
The TRIAD Coalition was established to create a community of practice characterized by communication and interaction among STEM faculty across disciplinary boundaries. TRIAD's threefold mission is:
- to broaden and strengthen capacity to improve the quality of undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education,
- to develop a community of post-secondary teaching professionals implementing the products of discipline-based education research,
- to create a rich, multi-disciplinary collaborative community of STEM education researchers.
Who We Are
- Geraldine Cochran, Associate Professor of Professional Practice, SAS and Department of Physics and Astronomy. Learn more
- Mary Emenike, Director, TRIAD Coalition; Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, SAS and Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. Learn more
- Marc Muñiz, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, SAS and Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. Learn more
- Ronald Ransome, Director, SAS Office of STEM Education; Dean of Math and Physical Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences; Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy. Learn more
- Charles Ruggieri, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice - Physics Education Research, SAS and Department of Physics and Astronomy. Learn more
- Former Members
- Eugenia Etkina, Distinguished Professor of Science Education, Department of Learning and Teaching, Graduate School of Education. Learn more
Please contact Mary Emenike for all inquiries about the TRIAD Coalition.Mary Emenike, PhD
P: (848) 445-1672
If you would like to be informed about upcoming events, please sign up here.