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A. Kelly, T. Charles, M. Ha, and K. Sheppard, PERC 2014 Proceedings, 127-130.
This preliminary study explored the relationship among several school-level accountability measures and student physics and chemistry performance in New York City public schools. The…
  
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J. Corbo, D. Reinholz, M. Dancy, and N. Finkelstein, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 91-94.
We describe a new type of faculty working group, a Departmental Action Team (DAT), that forms one component of a larger strategy towards enacting cultural change in higher education.…
  
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S. Hanshaw, D. Dounas-Frazer, and H. Lewandowski, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 123-126.
The American Physical Society recently released a statement calling on all university physics departments to provide or facilitate access to research experiences for all…
  
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S. Laursen, A. Hunter, E. Seymour, T. DeAntoni, K. De Welde, and H. Thiry; Editors: J. Mintzes and W. Leonard - Book Section
Undergraduate research (UR) is of great national interest, influenced both by the traditional role of the research apprenticeship in scientists’ education and by growing interest in…
  
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G. Cochran, A. Van Duzor, M. Sabella, and B. Geiss, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 76-79.
Physics faculty at three two-year colleges (TYCs) and a public, comprehensive four-year university (FYU) have been collaborating for over five years. The collaboration began with the…
  
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C. De Leone, E. Price, D. DeRoma, C. Turpen, and D. Sourbeer, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 96-99.
Many geographically related two- and four-year institutions share a large percentage of their students. However, physics- or STEM-specific linkages between the institutions are often…
  
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A. Knaub, B. Koester, C. Henderson, and T. McKay, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 188-191.
Placing educational data in the hands of faculty and allowing them to explore these data has been of interest for many stakeholders in the past few years, with the hopes that faculty…
  
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K. Rainey, J. Corbo, D. Reinholz, and M. Betterton, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 264-267.
Women and minority students are largely underrepresented in the physical sciences. Here we describe a faculty-, student-, and staff-led group, called a Departmental Action Team…
  
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J. Corbo, G. Quan, K. Falkenberg, C. Geanious, C. Ngai, M. Pilgrim, D. Reinholz, and S. Wise, PERC 2018 Proceedings.
Departmental Action Teams (DATs) are departmentally-based working groups of faculty, students, and staff aimed at achieving sustained departmental change related to undergraduate…
  
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G. Quan, J. Corbo, C. Ngai, D. Reinholz, and M. Pilgrim, PERC 2018 Proceedings.
Research on institutional change says that effective change agents are able to flexibly reason with multiple perspectives on change, depending on their local context and their goals.…
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