Browse NSF’s STEM for All Video Showcase

The National Science Foundation on Monday launched its 2019 STEM for All Video Showcase, which this year features 242 presentations of STEM education innovations. We’d like to bring to your attention a couple of videos by ASBMB members.

The first is by J. Ellis Bell at the University of California, San Diego. It’s titled “Malate Dehydrogenase CUREs Community,” and you can watch it here.

“Instructors working with hundreds of students at one time wonder how they’re going to give them an individualized research experience,” Bell said in a press release. “We’ve got a way, we’ve tested it, and we want to share it with you. Students are going to come away a better student and someone who’s going to stick with STEM.”

Also in the showcase is a video by Paul Craig titled “On Becoming a Scientist.” View it here.

Both Bell and Craig are past winners of the ASBMB Award for Exemplary Contributions to Education.

We suspect other ASBMB members have videos in the showcase, and we would be very pleased to share them with the community here and on our social media channels. Email us at to give us a heads-up.

Voting for the Public Choice award will remain open through Monday, May 20.

The showcase is run by TERC, in partnership with six NSF-funded resource centers: MSPnet, CADRE, CAISE, CIRCL, STELAR, and CS for All Teachers. It is funded by the NSF.

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