Purdue to Use $1.25 Million NSF Grant to Launch Sustainable Energy Learning Program for Rural ...
March 28, 2011
Purdue University researchers are leading a program for Indiana's rural high school teachers that encourages participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics to groom the next generation of leaders in sustainable energy.
- Gabriela Weaver
August 26, 2015
For Brenda Capobianco, the opportunity to make her mark on the emerging field of STEM education research brought her to Purdue in 2002. Now, 13 years later, she's an associate professor of science education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction with a courtesy appointment in the School of Engineering Education. Capobianco also spends her time as co-principal investigator of SLED, Science Learning through Engineering Design, an engineering design-based science education partnership with teachers of grades 3-6 in Indiana schools.Read Full Story