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Shadle featured in Science Magazine

Susan Shadle, vice provost for undergraduate studies, was quoted in the Science Magazine article “HHMI decides it takes a community to improve undergraduate science education.” In the article, Shadle speaks about the collaboration among the institutions, including Boise State, to be selected by The Howard Hughes Medical Institute to join a national initiative called the Inclusive Excellence 3 Learning Community.

The institute aims to support institutions to work individually and collaboratively to build capacity for student belonging and success, especially for those who have been historically underrepresented in STEM. Boise State is part of a 15-institution “cluster” that will propose projects that evaluate the effectiveness and inclusiveness of teaching. The findings from each project will then be used to inform faculty teaching and evaluation.