Poster submissions from undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty are being accepted for the SCST Poster Session at the 2017 NSTA/SCST National Meeting in Los Angeles, CA. The SCST Poster Session is Friday, March 31 from 7-9 pm. Submissions best received by February 6, 2017 for guaranteed consideration and listing into the SCST program. read more... 

To hear the lastest in College Science teaching, register for the NSTA/SCST National Meeting through NSTA. SCST specific sessions will be held during the conference. We look forward to seeing you there!

Important Dates

2018 SCST National Conference Abstract Submissions Due

Submissions by May 1, 2017 receive priority

Submission deadline May 15, 2017

NSTA/SCST Meetings: 2017-2018

SCST National Conference: Atlanta

March 15-18, 2018

SCST Regional Meeting: Baltimore

Oct. 5-7 2017

SCST Regional Meeting: Milwaukee

Nov. 9-11, 2017

SCST Regional Meeting: New Orleans

Nov.30-Dec. 2, 2017

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The Soci­ety for Col­lege Sci­ence Teach­ers is the only inter­dis­ci­pli­nary affil­i­ate of NSTA that is ded­icated solely to the study and advance­ment of col­lege sci­ence teaching. We are a com­mu­nity of col­lege and uni­ver­sity teach­ing schol­ars work­ing to enhance sci­ence edu­ca­tion through devel­op­ment and test­ing of best class­room teach­ing practices.

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