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Braille translation of coursework expands access to STEM education

Results include 2,300 pages of text, notes, exams and group assignments
Educational Psychology

How can rural schools overcome remote locations, small sizes?

Project VICTORY will explore virtual and in-person instruction as well as literacy-infused science curricula

STEM concepts: Looking for best methods for teaching K-12 students

With NSF support, A&M researchers are testing new approaches in Texas classrooms
Ecology and Conservation Biology

Areas of U.S. lack equitable access to informal STEM learning, study says

Researchers identify needs in micropolitan and high-poverty counties as well as Indigenous populations

Field stations across nation could improve STEM education, study says

Ninety-eight percent of U.S. population lives within 120 miles of a biological field research station

Texas A&M University ranks 16th overall among top research universities in latest NSF survey

In addition, Texas A&M ranks ninth overall among the top-10 public research universities cited by the survey

A&M climbs two positions to 17th on NSF’s Higher Education Research and Development Survey

Texas A&M remains the state’s only university in the survey’s top 20.

Are men better than women at math? The difference may be psychological

‘Positivity bias’ may cause men to overestimate their skills in STEM subjects, A&M researcher say

Día de la Ciencia: Biologists share insights with villagers in Mexico

Annual NSF-funded program intends to improve management of natural resources while inspiring interest in scientific careers