"STEP Central" aims to build and support a "community of practice" among those working to increase the number of college graduates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in the United States. This includes all of the scientists, administrators, student support specialists and evaluators involved in projects funded by NSF's STEM Talent Expansion Program (STEP). Soon we will grow to become "STEM Central", and serve as a valuable networking resource for the broader undergraduate STEM education community, while still serving the specific needs of those with NSF-funded projects.
Learn more about us and our community.
Resources & Tools
STEP Central offers a platform for information exchange and community engagement on issues related to improving undergraduate STEM education.
Search our resource database, follow a blog, join a working group, find a STEP project, learn about upcoming events, or sign up to attend a webinar.
Watch our video tutorials to help you get started!
The STEP Central community benefits from exchanging ideas, sharing resources, asking questions, and disseminating results to a larger audience. STEP community members present webinars, facilitate working groups, and blog about their experiences and expertise. Let us know how you would like to participate.
Subscribe to the STEP Central Newsletter and receive valuable updates on upcoming events, news, and resources for STEM undergraduate education.
Members may also Ask the Community a Question about STEM Undergraduate education.