STEM for ALL showcase ends today at 8pm. Please vote for our MSU colleagues!

STEM for ALL showcase ends today at 8pm. Please vote for our MSU colleagues!


The STEM for All Video Showcase is LIVE!  Approximately 200 projects funded by NSF and other federal agencies will be sharing three-minute videos of their innovative work related to STEM teaching and learning in formal and informal environments.

Our colleagues in CMP and their partners have submitted a video about their joint project developing a collaborative digital platform for the CMP math curriculum to support students in productive disciplinary engagement. We are all very excited about this work and hope that you will take the time to watch this video as well as the other submissions. The CMP video can be found at

Dr. Ryan Sweeder, MSU LBC chem faculty member, submitted Three-Dimensional Learning for Undergraduate STEM Education. Learn about aspects of the project on the NSF 2020 STEM for All Video Showcase:

Yet another entry was submitted by Dr. Melanie Cooper, Lappan Phillips Professor. Check out "Creating a Coherent Gateway to STEM Teaching and Learning" #STEMvideohall

Anytime during this free, week-long virtual event, you will be able to browse submitted videos highlighting federally funded STEM education initiatives, join in the conversations, lend your perspective and network with presenters and leaders in the, and vote for your favorites through Facebook and Twitter.  

Homepage for the 2020 STEM for All Video Showcase here.