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, Assistant 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
- Eugenia Etkina, Professor, Graduate School of Education. Learn more
- Marc Muñiz, Assistant Research Professor, CIRC and the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology.
- 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, Postdoctoral Research Scholar - Physics Education Research, TRAID Coalition and the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Learn more