Lindenwood University’s College of Education and Human Services signed a partnership agreement with Endeavor STEM Teaching Certificate Project on January 20.
Soon, COEHS students will be able to take online Endeavor STEM courses as part of the Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction.
This partnership agreement brings a unique collaboration with the NASA Office of STEM Engagement, where NASA researchers interact with educators online, and share their work and mission data.
“The collaborative partnership with Endeavor STEM Certificate Project will further enhance the excellent pedagogy already delivered by the College of Education and Human Services and better prepare our graduates to provide STEM education to PK-12 students,” COEHS Associate Dean Dr. Jill Hutcheson said.
The signing of this even was coordinated through the Center for Innovation and Insight, and it was facilitated by Dr. Kathryn “Annie” Arnone, Department Head, Advanced Graduate Studies in Curriculum and Instruction.
Director of Endeavor, Dr. Karen Woodruff, joined via webinar to celebrate the partnership agreement.