Motivations and Obstacles Influencing Faculty Engagement in Adopting Teaching Innovations

Significant progress has been made in understanding science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and ways it can be improved, but propagation of change remains a challenge. This study presents an analysis of STEM faculty responses to open-text survey questions that asked them to identify motivations and obstacles to making changes in their teaching.

(Cultural) Taxation Without Representation?: How Educational Developers Can Broker Discourse on Black Faculty Lives in the #BlackLivesMatter Era

Richard J. Reddick, Beth E. Bukoski, and Stella L. Smith
With an understanding that equity-minded faculty development is an essential space in which to respond to cultural taxation (CT), our study employed a phenomenological focus group design to investigate how Black faculty at a research-intensive PWI located in a creative class city buffeted by racial tensions navigated their service and community experiences.