Our Master of Arts in Science Teaching (MAST) program ranked #9 in the U.S., both in quality and affordability by Affordable Colleges.
Congratulations to our undergraduate students, Brandon Van Bibber and Brittany Carr. These seniors are being recognized for their outstanding contribution to the university with this prestigious award.
CSTL’s Brooke Whitworth is NAU’s representative in working to build a state infrastructure for STEM education by joining the Arizona Department of Education and representatives from all three Arizona public universities.
The Center is one of nine teams nationwide to be selected to participate. The team consists of our own Dave Thompson and three teachers from Flagstaff's Mount Elden Middle School (MEMS).
Three teachers from Asia’s oldest international
boarding school located in the foothills of the Himalayas visited CSTL to improve STEM education opportunities for their
The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship has been awarded to two students for Spring 2017.
An additional grant from APS allows the CSTL to continue its K-8 professional development program designed for schools who are beginning to or are currently focused on STEM learning.
CSTL is highlighted and our team‘s Science Educator paper, “Professional development integrating technology: Does delivery format matter?” is cited in the American Association of Geography (AAG) report on Geographic Information Science (GIS) & Technology.
Congratulations to Joëlle Clark, our Associate Director of Professional Development Programs, for being selected for the 2016 President’s Achievement Award, considered the highest staff recognition at NAU.
As a member of the NSF Advance Institutional Transformation proposal team, Nena Bloom, Evaluation Coordinator, was honored at the 10th Annual Diversity and Equity Awards on behalf of the Commission on the Status of Women of NAU.
The CSTL Seminar Series in STEM Education hosts experts from across the country to give seminars each semester on STEM education.
Max Dass, director of the NAU's Center for Science Teaching and Learning, is helping strengthen STEM education programs at his teaching alma mater and the oldest international school in Asia.
Flagstaff's own team, the CocoNuts, coached by CSTL’s NAUTeach master teacher Dave Thompson and NAUTeach mentor teacher Christine Sapio, competed in the FIRST Robotics competition March 10-12.
In February, Ron Gray, assistant professor at CSTL, and Eric Deschamps, director of Education Abroad, hosted a delegation from the Korea National University of Education. The group took classes on pedagogy and education at NAU and visited local schools.
We are happy to announce that the CSTL has been awarded two new grants from Arizona Department of Education Mathematics and Science Partnership Competitive Grant Program
The first all partner working group session took place on January 26-28, 2016 at the USGS Astrogeology Science Center in Flagstaff.
The program infuses planetary science, technology and engineering concepts into elementary and middle school curricula, boosting tools for K-12 educators.
A $2 million grant establishes an academy that will train facilitators and educators in science learning that utilizes geographic information system technology and problem solving.
Funded by a National Science Foundation grant, community partners in healthcare, science and education join for a high school-level career and technical education course.
Power of Data project awarded for Exceptional Application of Geospatial Technology at the July 2015 Esri International User Conference