Mohammed Al-Mana College for Medical Sciences, in cooperation with the University of Oregon and Yale Center for Teaching and Learning spearheaded the Mobile Summer Institutes (MOSI) for Scientific Teaching at Carlton Hotel, August 18-22. This five-day workshop trained the participants on scientific teaching that address challenges in STEM (Science and Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education following a train the trainer’s approach. Series of workshops on active learning, assessment, peer teaching, among others to train faculty members on how to engage students for better learning were facilitated during the event. This first MOSI workshop in the Middle East highlighted the commitment of the participants as well as the management of MACHS in building competent and globally minded educators. Elly Vandegrift, the Program Director of Global Science Education Initiatives and Jana Prikryl, Biology Senior Instructor and Director Global Studies Program were the resource speakers from the University of Oregon.