Leading STEM Reform on Your Campus

Room: Red Level, Suite 22

The vibrancy of our campuses creates multiple opportunities to create new, novel, and unique learning opportunities for our students. With the dedicated faculty we have on campus and in our schools, there really is no shortage of good ideas and worthwhile initiatives. BUT, why is it that many of these good ideas and initiatives never get implemented? Many of the bottlenecks to the change we seek occur during implementation of the practice. The presenters will engage with you in a workshop style participatory session using change management and best practices to create the ecosystem that allows for successful implementation of the desired STEM reform on campus. This is truly a workshop… and participatory.

  • Darryl N. Williams, Ph.D.  -  Associate Dean, School of Engineering, Tufts University

  • Karen Oates, Ph.D.  -  Dean, Arts & Sciences, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • Michael Malloy, Pharm.D.  -  Dean, School of Pharmacy, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences