Undergraduate Education Program

California State University, Dominguez Hills

H. Leonardo Martinez
Carson, CA
$200,000
December 2012

The three inter-related aims of this project, Cyber-Enabled Laboratories for Diverse Students' STEM Success (CELDS3) address larger institutional goals established by California State University Dominguez Hills' (CSUDH) campus leaders to increase access to STEM education for a diverse student population. This project improves the university's capacity to foster diverse, working, and non-traditional students' academic goals in STEM through a new framework for hybrid laboratory instruction that utilizes a cyber-enabled instrument. The aims include re-conceptualizing chemistry laboratory curricula, cyber-enabling a mass spectrometer for remote use, and enlarging the use of the spectrometer through partnerships with community colleges.

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