Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Ohio State’s STEM Education program offers an individually tailored program that meets your individual research and leadership goals. Students from around the world come to Ohio State to learn from leaders in the field and for the numerous educational and research opportunities.
As you progress through the program, you have options to strengthen your content specialties, develop elective cognates and support their professional aspirations.
Specialize in life science, Earth science, chemistry, or physics. Or you can develop expertise in such areas as environmental education, evolution education, astronomy education, integrated STEM education or some interdisciplinary specialty.
Get a solid core of research and curriculum skills to meet your educational goals and solidly positions you for a career in technology education, integrated STEM education or a related interdisciplinary specialty.
Grow your knowledge of mathematics research and practice, teaching, learning and assessment. Additionally, you’ll complete research experiences and scholarly writing with expert faculty to guide you.
An organization of educators and researchers dedicated to improving STEM teaching and learning through teaching practices and research, professional growth of members and unity among students.
Supports the growth of mathematics educators. It hosts an annual conference, awards scholarships and publishes the Ohio Journal of School Mathematics.
COSI and Ohio State have a deep partnership where research, science and university outreach are embedded into the everyday experiences at the science center.
A collaborative community that believes everyone deserves the benefit of a strong science education in order to engage with an ever-changing world.
Women and minorities remain woefully underrepresented in STEM fields. Why the solution starts in colleges of education, not in colleges of engineering, math and sciences.
A Fulbright Fellow who lost his sight in his 20s is on a mission to make a lasting impact for the inclusion of students with disabilities in and out of the classroom.
Not Your Model Minority: Asian Students Speak Out
It is imperative that universities translate scientific expertise into accessible language for a broad audience in a way that creates lasting compelling and personal connections to the research and humanizes the process of science.