On Saturday, 3 Feb, Professor Coley spoke to STEM educators from community colleges, liberal arts colleges, and universities on Intuitive thinking and science education: Biology and beyond at a conference at SUNY Oneonta in upstate New  York. The meeting was sponsored by Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL), the American Association of Colleges and Universities‘ STEM higher education reform center dedicated to empowering STEM faculty, including those from underrepresented groups, to graduate more students in STEM fields who are competitively trained and liberally educated. PKAL also works to develop a scientifically literate citizenry as part of its commitment to principles and practices central to AAC&U’s Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) initiative. The theme of the meeting was  Strategies for helping students succeed: Group Share Among STEM Instructors for Majors and Non-Majors Courses.