Looking for help with your Educational Research Objectives? Broader Impacts?
The SEER Center members are dedicated to advancing an understanding of the learning and teaching of students and faculty/teachers in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. This is accomplished through the strategic study of teaching and learning in undergraduate STEM classrooms.
To advance the mission of the SEER Center at the University of Georgia, SEER members are interested in assisting STEM faculty/staff in translating their scientific pursuits in different educational environments, and assessing consequent student understanding and learning. As one example, SEER Center members might assist STEM faculty/staff in determining how K-12 students or undergraduates grasp their emerging knowledge, or the impact of an educational innovation. This approach aligns with the Broader Impacts components of National Science Foundation or National Institute of Health proposals.
In order to assist faculty/staff in their translation and study of emerging knowledge, SEER Center faculty are available to provide different levels of service to PIs in crafting their research proposals. These different levels will have different fiscal requirements, which correspond to the degree of assistance needed by the STEM faculty/staff member. Below are general descriptors pertaining to the different levels of service.
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