We prepare teachers. They change the world.

We Prepare Teachers. They Change The World.

UTeach at the University of Texas at Austin includes the original UTeach STEM teacher preparation program, a national expansion effort for that program, and a number of local STEM education initiatives, all supporting the improvement of STEM education and the public education system overall.

UTeach Initiatives Nationwide

44 universities in 21 states and the District of Columbia are implementing UTeach programs that prepare STEM teachers for secondary classrooms, and UTeach also offers training for teachers who are already in the classroom.

UTeach Institute

The UTeach Institute supports replication of UTeach at universities across the U.S. and leads efforts toward continuous improvement of the UTeach model. Join us for the 2015 UTeach Conference, May 19-21, 2015 in Austin, TX. Learn more.

UTeach Alumni

The National UTeach Alumni Network provides a community of support for UTeach graduates across the U.S.

UTeach Professional Development

UTeach Professional Development provides online and in-person training that enhances content knowledge, promotes inquiry-based learning, and develops leadership capacity.

UTeach Initiatives in Austin

The University of Texas at Austin offers the original UTeach STEM teacher preparation program and a number of other STEM initiatives.

UTeach Austin

UTeach Austin. If you are an undergraduate who wants to teach, or a degree holder who wants to return for certification, UTeach Austin in the College of Natural Sciences may be right for you.

UTeach Outreach

UTeach Outreach comprises many programs that serve the community including, a service learning class for UT students, afterschool clubs, summer camps, fieldtrips, and more. 

UTeach Primary

UTeach Primary adopts the challenge of preparing future elementary teachers to teach science with Hands-On-Science, a four-course integrated science sequence featuring inquiry-based instruction.

UTeach Discovery

UTeach Discovery hosts monthly seminars at The University of Texas at Austin featuring speakers with expertise in discovery teaching techniques.