Welcome!

August 2, 2016 Alyssa Adams 0

The Access Network consists of six university-based programs co-working with graduate and undergraduate students across the country towards a vision of a more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible STEM community. To realize this vision, Access and its member programs empower students as co-leaders, giving them voice and ownership over local and national efforts. Access sites focus on fostering supportive learning communities, engaging students in authentic science practices, and attending to students’ development as STEM professionals. Read More

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Access Network in the Press and Publications

December 8, 2016 Anna Zaniewski 0

Learn more about the work at the Access Network Sites. Journal Articles “Attending to experimental physics practices and lifelong learning skills in an introductory laboratory course”  2016 AttendingExperimental_AJP2016 “Learning to do diversity work: A model for continued education of program organizers” 2016  LearningDiversityWork “Increasing STEM success: a near-peer mentoring program in the physical sciences” 2016 Sundial_IncreasingSTEMSuccess_IJSE2016 “How to IMPRESS: Coordinating a Large Video Data Set for a Collaborative Project” 2016 TPT-inpress Impress_How to IMPRESS_DePaulDiscoveries16 “Attending to lifelong learning Read More