SAMPLE MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER ACADEMIES!
Math in Aviation
The wonder of flight has fascinated you as a kid, now come learn how math impacts the decisions aviators make about weather, travel patterns and flight. Meet career experts to explore how they employ math everyday in their jobs.
Love computers - want to learn how to control them? This programming class is for you.
Summer Science Half Day Middle School Academies (through Science Camps!)
From video game making to lunar exploration, check out the summer science academies just for middle school ages.
SAMPLE HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER ACADEMIES!
Air Quality Monitoring
Build and program your own air quality monitor to use in your neighborhood.
3D printing has amazing potential. Learn to design and print your own creations.
Microcontrollers and programming
Logic, control, coding - explore several methods for your own programming and microcontroller circuit design.
Learn how to applying their science to understand the watershed and help the local community address issues of concern with a "hands-on" approach.
TEACHER STEM WORKSHOPS!
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Molecular Modeling - June 22-26
NSF-funded scholarships available to cover tuition and lodging for active K-12 educators who attend
Computational science and modeling (CSM) has become a critical element in essentially all fields of science. Researchers no longer think about experiment and theory as two sides of discovery, but rather experiment, theory, and computational modeling as three pillars that support progress in science. We will provide you with the experience you need to employ CSM in chemistry (i.e. molecular modeling) in a way that addresses multiple National and State Science Standards.
Teaching and Learning with Monarch Butterflies –
Pre-K through 12th grade educators can teach essential skills in literacy, math, science, geography, technology, Spanish, the arts and social sciences through the captivating story of monarch.
Homeschool parents and students welcome.
The Center for STEM Inquiry is funded as part of the Hope College Howard Hughes Medical Institute Program (HHMI). Additional financial support through generous contributions by the Michigan Space Grant Consortium and partnerships with community programs such as the Outdoor Discovery Center.