Western Michigan University's Center for Research on Instructional Change in Postsecondary Education (CRICPE) is a University-level research center that conducts and supports interdisciplinary research focused on promoting transformative change in higher education.

Co-Founded by Dr. Andrea Beach, a Professor in the Education, Leadership, Research, and Technology department, and Dr. Charles Henderson,  a Professor in the Department of Physics and Director of the Mallinson Institute for Science Education (MISE), CRICPE builds on current research in STEM and higher education. Interdisciplinary collaborative research is the heartbeat of CRICPE as internal and external collaborators are engaged in interdisciplinary dialogues and research related to change facilitation. 

CRICPE supports WMU as a learner-centered, discovery-driven, and globally engaged comprehensive research university and welcomes potential collaborators.