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Family Science Day Solar Car Challenge
Family Science Day is an annual event hosted by CeMaST to excite and interest students and families in STEM fields in our society.
CeMaST hosted the Normal Pit Stop of the American Solar Challenge.
CeMaST and the Center for Renewable Energy are working to create the Illinois Pathways Energy Learning Exchange which features a series of orientation and advanced pathway courses.

Events

Nov7
Smart Grid for Schools Workshop11/7/14 at 8:30 AMSee Event Website - Online
Nov8
Climate Science and the ACS Toolkit11/8/14 at 9:00 AMSee Event Website - Online

News

After ISU, strength coach finds his way to NFL’s Rams article thumbnailAfter ISU, strength coach finds his way to NFL’s RamsIllinois State graduate J. Aggabao is an assistant strength coach with the St. Louis Rams, an elite job that’s exactly as cool as it sounds and way more data-driven than you can imagine.  ...
A Day in the Life of a CAST Alum: Julie McCoy, Family and Consumer Sciences article thumbnailA Day in the Life of a CAST Alum: Julie McCoy, Family and Consumer SciencesThe College of Applied Science and Technology’s “A Day in the Life of a CAST Alum” series is designed to shed some light on how CAST alumni spend their days. ...
A Day in the Life of a CAST Alum: Heidi Begy, Criminal Justice Sciences article thumbnailA Day in the Life of a CAST Alum: Heidi Begy, Criminal Justice SciencesThe College of Applied Science and Technology's "A Day in the Life of a CAST Alum" series spotlights Heidi Begy '09, a graduate of the Criminal Justice Sciences Department and a police officer with the village of Woodbridge. ...
IT Professional Mentorship Program kicks off article thumbnailIT Professional Mentorship Program kicks offIT student mentees and IT professional mentors came together at two mentorship kickoff events to meet and plan their mentorship experience for the 2014-2015 academic year.  ...
Health Sciences to host Nolte Scholar, November 4 article thumbnailHealth Sciences to host Nolte Scholar, November 4The Department of Health Sciences, in cooperation with Illinois Prairie Community Foundation Nolte Funds, will present the 2014 Nolte Scholar at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 4, in the Old Main Room at Bone Student Center. ...

Association News

What is Integrated STEM Education?

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Apply Now for MET GrantsMET Logo 212x70NCTM members are invited to apply for NCTM’s Mathematics Education Trust winter cycle of grants, scholarships, and awards. Funding is available to help mathematics educators improve the teaching and learning of mathematics. MET applications (winter cycle) and the NCTM Lifetime Achievement Award nominations are due November 7. Apply today! ...
Book Your Room In Boston2015 Boston Annual Meeting & ExpositionHousing for NCTM's 2015 Annual Meeting & Exposition in Boston, April 15–18, is now open. Reserve your room early for NCTM's headquarters hotel—The Westin Boston Waterfront—or the many NCTM official hotels near the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center to secure the best possible rate. Guaranteed lowest rates with no booking or service fees, networking opportunities, and complimentary shuttle service! Housing is selling quickly–reserve your room today. ...
2014 Board of Directors ElectionNCTM Logo-107x34 To cast your vote in the 2014 NCTM Board of Directors election you must use the voting instructions sent to you by email. Please check your spam/junk folder if you did not receive the ballot email from "Election Services Corporation for NCTM," which includes a link to the online ballot. The election is being conducted exclusively online—you will not receive a ballot or candidate bios by mail. If your individual membership was current as of August 25, you have the opportunity to vote for one candidate for President-Elect and four candidates for Director, At-Large. Be a part of the future; cast your vote today! Voting ends at midnight October 31. ...

National Science Teachers Association (NTSA)

NSF Grant to Promote Scientific Research Activities in SchoolsStudents and teachers will have the chance to engage in their own hands-on scientific research, thanks to a new five-year, $7.3 million "citizen science" initiative, led by North Carolina State University, from the National Science Foundation. ...
NSTA’s Citizen Science Brings Biology to LifeThe editors of NSTA’s new book Citizen Science have a straightforward goal: to inspire you to engage your students through public collaboration in scientific research—also known as citizen science. ...
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