The STEM Grant Project will host the STEM Gateway Symposium in the Center for Teaching Effectiveness (Room B24, University Advisement and Enrichment Center, formerly OSET) on Monday, April 28 from 2 - 4:15 p.m.

STEM Gateway initiatives include STEM course redesign, the Peer Learning Facilitator program, workshops & supported STEM courses and institutional research into STEM success. The symposium is open to all interested STEM stakeholders at UNM.

The agenda for the symposium consists of a welcome and introductions, update presentations for several STEM projects and discussion groups. If you would like to participate, RSVP at the following website: Due to space restrictions, only 50 spaces are available.

For more information, contact Tim Schroeder, STEM Gateway Project director, at 277-1761 or or visit the website.

The STEM Gateway program is funded through a U.S. Department of Education Title V grant, 2011-2016 with anticipated funding of $3.82 million.