An end-to-end STEM focused platform built to help teachers and students realize their full potential
Build all types of assessments, deploy to cohorts and analyze performance with our simple and intuitive assessment builder.
Build upon our existing digital library with all the tools required to create your own interactive online learning curriculum.
Tap into performance across the full spectrum of the platform to gain insight into performance, benchmarking and key trends.
Extend that personalized reach through our STEM focused AI engine that learns each students gaps and delivers personalized learning.
There are reasons why STEM students are failing and there are solutions to help them succeed.
Partner in Publishing and Stemify invite you to join us for a conversation with University of Connecticut professor, Dr. Amit Savkar, who took on some of the biggest challenges in STEM education. You’ll hear Dr. Savkar’s findings on the causes of student failure in the STEM major and how UConn’s DFW rates dropped from 35% to 10% through his interventions.
All students, especially the most vulnerable ones, deserve this same kind of increased STEM access. UConn’s success story can be yours too.
Dr. Amit Savkar
Stemify President & CEO at University of Connecticut
Amit holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Education Psychology, Measurement Evaluation and Assessment (expected in 2021). He has thirteen years of experience teaching math at the University of Connecticut and is currently a Teaching Fellow, Director of Quantitative Center, and the Faculty Director of Innovation House Learning Community.
Vice President of Sales at Stemify
Laura is a passionate learning solutions leader, who has worked in educational publishing and the edtech industry for three decades. She is an expert in helping colleges and universities find and implement the best academic solutions to drive student engagement and retention. A summa cum laude business and economics major and mother of three daughters, Laura is an advocate for closing the gender gap in math.