dB-SERC 5-year celebration Yasemin discussing identity development at dB-SERC Faculty Retreat Chancellor Gallagher attends the dB-SERC 5-year celebration Dr. Chris Schunn leads a dB-SERC lunch discussion Our Goal To promote and support evidence based approaches to teaching and learning in the nine science departments in the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences – Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geology, Computer Science, Neuroscience, Statistic and Psychology. Message from the Director The mission of our center is to promote and support evidence base teaching around the University of Pittsburgh. Watch Informational Video Highlights Weekly Lunch Discussions Expanding knowledge of discipline-based science education research. View our Latest and past discussions dB-SERC News We are proud of our faculty and staff. View our News, Accolades, and Achievements. Resources Teaching as a Scientific Activity Upcoming Events Creating Community in Large-Lecture College STEM Courses: An Ecological-Belonging Intervention Monday, December 7 from 12–1 p.m. (Virtual Event) dB-SERC December Lunch Discussion Monday, December 5 from 12–1 p.m. During this lunch discussion, Dr. Kevin Binning from the Department of Psychology will give his second-course transformation talk entitled, "Creating Community in Large-Lecture College STEM Courses: An Ecological-Belonging Intervention." Sign up to receive dB-SERC event information If you are a faculty member in a Natural Science department or a professional school at Pitt and would like to be added to our email list to receive information about dB-SERC events, please fill out our form. If you are a graduate student in a Natural Science department and are interested in teaching and learning there are several ways you can get involved.