Texas Hispanic STEM Research Alliance Panel Presentation
Members of our Texas Hispanic STEM Research Alliance hosted a panel presentation at the 11th Annual Conference of the Center for Mexican American Studies and Research. The conference was held at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, TX, on March 27–28, 2014.
The panelists discussed the research alliance’s efforts to better understand and use research to improve instruction and educational outcomes of Hispanic students in STEM disciplines. The discussion focused on the work of the Texas Hispanic STEM Research Alliance, how members developed their research agenda, and the benefits members have received from this work.
The theme of the conference was “Adding ‘Arts’ to STEM: A Culturally Relevant STEAM,” and sessions included research as well as scholarly and creative expressions.
- What: Alliance Panel Presentation: “Research Efforts to Improve Hispanic Achievement in STEM”
- When: March 28, 1:00–1:45 p.m. (CDT)
- Where: Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, TX
- Panelists: Tori Austin, Field Service Agent, Transformation Central Texas; Sandy Botello, District K–12 Science Specialist, Edgewood ISD; James Telese, PhD, Mathematics, University of Texas-Brownsville; Haidee Williams, PhD, Alliance Liaison, REL Southwest
Learn more about the alliance.