Welcome to #MSUrbanSTEM


The MSU-WIPRO STEM & Leadership Teaching Fellowship program is the culmination of the partnership between global IT giant Wipro, Chicago Public Schools, and Michigan State University's College of Education. Fellows participate in an innovative year-long integrated learning experience to build STEM teachers' capacity and empower them to lead and inspire transformative, innovative practices in urban K-12 schools.

And the Oppenheimer Grant goes to…

And the Oppenheimer Grant goes to…our very own Joanna Doyle! The Oppenheimer Grant is a teacher incentive grant awarded to fund project based learning in the classroom.  Joanna Doyle knew this grant could provide opportunities for her students to “tinker.”  Joanna Doyle teaches at Edison Gifted School in...

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Applications now open

Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 cohort. We are excited to announce that we are expanding from 25 to 50 participants.  Are you interested in making a difference in 21st century teaching and learning?  Apply now and join the team! Before applying, please review the application requirements below:...

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MAET Words: 123 creators – 1 cool video

This summer over 120 educators met in three different locations both here in the US and overseas, as a part of the Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) program hybrid classes. The video below, visualizing a quote by Steve Jobs, was created by all of us – one word at a time! The students and instructors...

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