Research for Inclusive STEM Education Center

We promote equity in the experiences of undergraduates in STEM through innovative education research conducted at scale.

Research to include

Research to include

Check out our ongoing research projects, recent publications and presentations, and research teams!

Explore research

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Resources to include

Interested in making your course more inclusive based on our research? Take a look at our freely available teaching resources.

Use resources

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Innovate to include

The RISE Center is constantly exploring new and innovative ideas for broadening inclusion in undergraduate STEM education. See what we are doing that is new and exciting, pitch an idea to us, or get involved in the activities of the center.

Innovate with us

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Services to include

Are you interested in a workshop about inclusion? Do you want to evaluate a course or program? The RISE Center offers numerous services by experts in inclusion, including invited talks, workshops, and evaluation of courses, including course-based undergraduate research experiences.

Receive support

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Help support our mission to provide inclusive undergraduate STEM education by donating today!

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RISE Center Current Events and Announcements

19 ASU faculty including RISE Center core member Katelyn Cooper receive NSF CAREER awards


ASU News

Researchers including RISE Center core faculty member, Katelyn Cooper, at Arizona State University have earned 19 National Science Foundation early faculty career awards dating back to June 2021. The new awards total $12 million in funding for ASU researchers in grants that will be used over the next five years.

RISE center core faculty member Katelyn Cooper bridges the gap for LGTBQ individuals in STEM


ASU News

June is LGTBQ Pride Month — a time to celebrate the contributions that the LGTBQ community has made to society and throughout history. Katelyn Cooper talks about her own experience within the LGBTQ community and shares how she provides support to these students to ensure their success in the field of science.

How Can We Make Undergraduate Research More Inclusive For Students With Disabilities?


SOLS Teaching Innovation Center blog

Individuals with disabilities are underrepresented in undergraduate science and in science careers. While it is becoming increasingly clear that students with disabilities experience unique challenges in undergraduate science classrooms, little is known about the experiences of students with disabilities in undergraduate research. However, a recent national study has begun to shed light on the experiences of students with disabilities in research.