Michael Conenna will defend his thesis on Thursday, May 13 .
Robert Krakehl will defend his thesis on Wednesday, April 28 .
Richard Gearns defended his thesis on Wednesday, April 21 .
Judith Gouraige defended her thesis on May 15.
defended his thesis on May 12.
Caren Gough defended her thesis on May 8.
I-STEM Faculty and Students Research the Retention of Undergraduate Women in STEM
I-STEM Ph.D. Students and Graduates Presenting Papers at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching 2020 Conference in Portland, Oregon
Thea Charles defended her thesis on December 6.
Dr. Richard Cohen's dissertation research featured by CUNY University faculty senate.
Dawn Nachtigall defended her thesis on November 14.
Ross Nehm delivers plenary at Beijing Normal University in China
Defense Announcement: Dawn Nachtigall, "Collaborating, Mentoring, and Liaising: Analyzing What Teacher Leadership
Frameworks Say and What STEM Teacher Leaders Do"
Defense Announcement: Kimberly B. Christian,
"Professional Development for Secondary Science Teachers to Improve Engineering Knowledge,
Pedagogy and Career Advisement
Defense Announcement: Stephanie Wortel, "STEM Identity Formation through Undergraduate Mentoring Experiences
and Middle School Learning in an Urban Informal Afterschool Program"
Dr. Linda Padwa publishes in the Journal for Chemical Education.
Four students participate in Doctoral hooding ceremony on May 23.
Robert Wankmuller defended his thesis on 5/10.
Defense Announcement: Lauren Slagus, "The Impact of the Urban Advantage Initiative on Middle School Science Teaching and Learning "
Defense Announcement: Stacey Greengold, "Experienced High School Chemistry Teachers' Conceptions of Chemical Equilibrium in Terms of Rates of Reaction"
Defense Announcement: Robert Wankmuller, "Stuck in the Middle: The Challenges of Implementing the New York State Science Learning Standards in Middle Schools"
Defense Announcement: Richard Cohen, "Community College Science and Mathematics Coursetaking and Performance and Their Relationship to Graduation, Transfer, and Science Persistence"
Jennifer Gatz, Angela Kelly and Mónica Bugallo receive 2018 American Society of Engineering Education WIED Best Diversity Paper Award
Robyn Tornabene's doctoral thesis defended on June 7
Linda Padwa's doctoral thesis defended on May 20
Catherine Hantz' doctoral thesis defended on April 24
Dr. Ross Nehm appointed Associate Editor of the Journal of Research in Science Teaching
Current science education doctoral students and recent graduates will present papers and posters at general, science, and engineering education research conferences early in 2018
The Science Education program will hold an information session for Prospective Students on November 1
The Science Education program will hold information sessions for Prospective Students on October 10 & 12
Seven Science Education Ph.D. candidates participated in the Doctoral Hooding Ceremony in May 2017
Gregory Rushton & Keith Sheppard receive NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship grant
Doctoral faculty and students attend the NARST Conference in San Antonio, TX
Ghada Nehmeh and Angela Kelly will present two papers at the upcoming European Science Education Research Association (ESERA) Conference in Dublin, Ireland, August, 2017
Science Education Students Receive Travel Awards to NARST
Science Education Faculty and Doctoral Students to attend the NARST Conference in San Antonio
Caren Gough presents at NSTA Portland Conference on Science Education
Students Present at the Regional ASTE Conference
Stephanie O'Brien Awarded Empire State Excellence in Teaching Award
Luisa McHugh receives first Ph.D. in Science Education degree at Stony Brook
Thea Charles selected by NARST for the Jhumki Basu Scholars Program
Stephanie Wortel chosen to represent Stony Brook University at the "Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering" workshop
Luisa McHugh defends her Doctoral Thesis on March 18, 2016
Graduate Academic Honesty and Scholarly Conduct Policy
Ross Nehm joins editorial team of the journal Science & Education
Dr. Angela Kelly featured in Columbia Teachers College alumni spotlight
Science Education doctoral student looks to show that exercise improves problem-solving abilities
Faculty present research at national SABER conference
Program faculty host Summer Institute on STEM education
National Science Education Award for Minsu Ha