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LBJ Institute for STEM Education and Research


The LBJ Institute for STEM Education and Research prepares university students and faculty to conduct scholarly STEM disciplinary based educational research and to form a supportive academic cross-disciplinary community that carries out research-based instructional approaches and culturally relevant STEM engagement efforts that:

  • enhance teacher preparation and faculty professional development

  • contribute to the recruitment and production of more scientifically and technologically literate professionals

  • support Texas' students with innovative approaches to excel as capable science, mathematics, engineering and technology majors

Research Projects

NASA EPDC
FAMA
NASA Thinkshop
Faculty Research Fellows
LBJ Institute Writing Retreat

Social Media

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LBJ Institute Facebook  Facebook

Collaborations

To collaborate on STEM projects at the LBJ Institute, or to investigate other opportunities for involvement, contact Dr. Araceli Martinez Ortiz, director, in San Marcos, or Dr. Leslie Huling, senior advisor, in Round Rock.