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nuSTEM Newsletter – Week 6 (4/2...

Welcome to Week 6! This week we will be doing a deeper dive into our third engineering disciple: Electrical/Computer Engineering (and Computer Science)! >>Click Here for this week’s Newsletter<< In this newsletter you will be introduced to a STEM topic and find a related-activity to work on during the week (please share your results with […]

Happy Earth Day!

Today is Earth Day (April 22), wherein we celebrate and demonstrate support for environmental protection (save the planet)! As the Coronavirus Pandemic progresses, you may have heard about carbon emissions falling. This is a great thing! (You can track your carbon emissions with this worksheet or through this online tool). However, we need to remember […]

nuSTEM Newsletter – Week 5 (4/1...

Welcome to Week 5! This week we will be doing a deeper dive into our second engineering disciple: Environmental Engineering (to line up with next week’s Earth Day)! Click Here for this week’s Newsletter. In this newsletter you will be introduced to a STEM topic and find a related-activity to work on during the week […]

Happy Monday! New Resources for the W...

We hope you all had a lovely weekend (for those who celebrated it: Happy Easter!) and we are Looking forward to another week (hopefully everyone is staying safe in today’s weather though)! As we did last week, here’s two more resource highlights that were sent to us over the weekend, both of which are excellent! […]

nuSTEM Newsletter – Week 4 (4/1...

Welcome to Week 4! This week we will be doing a deeper dive into our first engineering disciple, which for this week is Civil Engineering! Click Here for this week’s Newsletter. In this newsletter you will be introduced to a STEM topic and find a related-activity to work on during the week (please share your […]

Happy Monday! New Resources for the W...

We hope you all had a beautiful weekend (the weather was definitely better than last weekend). We are Looking forward to another week, as Spring slowly rolls in. As we did last week, here’s two more resource highlights that were sent to us over the weekend, both of which are excellent! Reminder – if you […]

nuSTEM Newsletter – Week 3 (4/3...

Welcome to Week 3! The topic for this week is: the scientific process and the wide world of science disciplines. Click Here for this week’s Newsletter. In this newsletter you will be introduced to a STEM topic and find a related-activity to work on during the week (please share your results with us!). In addition, […]

Happy Monday! New Resources for the W...

Hope Everyone had a nice weekend (despite the awful weather). Looking forward to another week, quarantine or no! As we begin the week, I’d like to highlight two resources that were sent to me over the weekend, both of which are excellent! Also – if you have a moment, please try out the do now […]

nuSTEM Newsletter – Week 2 (3/2...

Welcome to Week 2! The topic for this week is: the wide world of engineering disciplines. Click Here for this week’s Newsletter. In this newsletter you will be introduced to a STEM topic and find a related-activity to work on during the week (please share your results with us!). In addition, we will introduce a […]

Resources for High School and Early C...

Thank you to Professor Marina Bograd, one of our S-POWER partner faculty for passing these resources along. Free online courses.  You can select the area of interest edX  SolidProfessor is not free but has some free resources that might be of interest.  It is a video tutorial repository with video courses on how to learn […]

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