TEAM HAWAI’I- Professors Williams, Blake, Smith, Deiner and Scott

AMAZING APRIL – ALOHA HAWAI’I


As part of an ongoing exchange, Drs. Selwyn Williams (Biology), Reginald Blake (Physics), Shelley Smith (ARCH-Chair), Jay Deiner (Chemistry) and Cinda Scott (I-Cubed-Biology) traveled to Kapi’olani Community College (KCC) during the first week of April to meet with STEM faculty at KCC to discuss the possibility of creating an exchange program for students. These faculty attended a laboratory in Maunalua Bay, a STEM student undergraduate research fair and had the opportunity to discuss the many challenges that students, especially underrepresented students, in STEM come across in their studies.…Read more

 

What is I3?

Innovation through Institutional Integration (I-Cubed or I3 or I3) is a National Science Foundation (NSF) award program. I3 challenges faculty…Read more

 

What is City Tech I3?

The The catalyst for institutional integration is the City Tech I3 Incubator. The I3 incubator is a model that will serve to advance three …Read more

 

Grants Information Database System

The I3 Incubator team in conjunction with the Assessment and Institutional Research (AIR) Office at City Tech are working together to create an online repository for data collected by City Tech NSF projects. The Grants Information Database System (GIDS) is a novel approach to synthesizing and maintaining information about STEM programs. …Read more

A Case for Case Studies

Interdisciplinary teams of faculty members work together to develop, implement and assess case study teaching methodologies. …Read more

 

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