This summer’s ACS STEAM Stew IV Virtual Summer Camp offered five days of fun, hands-on lessons covering silicones, microscopy, plant toxicology, tessellations, bioplastics, science ethics, Mars, fractals, 3D printing, and the effect of light on interior design.
MSU St. Andrews particiated in this summer’s virtual ACS Project SEED Pilot Program with a project focused on Atmospheric Carbon & Global Climate Change: Making chemicals from atmospheric carbon using chemistry and statistical modeling tools.
This year’s Turner J. Alfrey Visiting Professor Lecture Series will focus on controlling polymer structure at nm-length scales. The program will take place at MSU St. Andrews on Tuesday, June 7 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Over six Saturdays during March and April, thirty-nine middle school students from the Great Lakes Bay area and surrounding regions took part in an interactive virtual workshop focused on basic Programming and 3D Printing.
The STEAM Stew IV virtual summer camp, scheduled for August 2-6, is free, and open to students entering grades 6 through 8 in the fall of 2021. Register now through June 18.
MSU’s Science Festival is returning for its tenth year to bring a free, virtual celebration for all science lovers.
The virtual workshop will give students a first look at the fundamentals and applications of computer science, programming, computer-aided design (CAD), and 3D printing technology through interactive, hands-on activities.
“Waste not, want not” was planted firmly in John Dorgan’s ethos as a kid, watching his father pull nails out of old boards for reuse.
At the American Chemical Society’s 22nd Annual ChemLuminary Awards, held virtually on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, the Midland Section of the American Chemical Society was honored with the Chemists with Disabilities Inclusion Award.
MSU St. Andrews offers a variety of online STEM education programs for teachers, students, and families. MSU St. Andrews Virtual Programs Virtual Talks & Activities. Invite a scientist(s) to your classroom for a 30-minute or 60-minute virtual presentation or activity. Topics include 3D printing, astronomy, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, plant science, and robotics. Career talks are also available for middle school and…