For Faculty, the CST:
- Provides support and advice for those seeking ST (SE) course designations, which are granted by the CST;
- Offers funding, space, materials, and support for innovative course development via an annual Call for Proposals;
- Develops programs and events, such as the Living at the Intersection Symposium (LIS), that allow faculty to engage with colleagues across a wide range of disciplines including arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences;
- Offers opportunities to support the mission of the CST through participation on the Executive Committee;
- Sponsors visiting artists, instructors, and scholars, in collaboration with programs and departments throughout the University, that enhance STEM learning experiences across disciplines;
- Provides opportunities for educational research collaboration on STEM or STEM integration with arts, humanities, and social sciences (see case studies here);
- Offers resources and a supportive community for creative expression and intellectual/artistic risk-taking.