All posts by Nicole Martin


STEM Career Showcase for Students with Disabilities

The Lawrence Hall of Science, is inviting the public to participate in the STEM Career Showcase Event for Students with Disabilities on Wednesday, April 14 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00p.m.  The goal of this […]


STEM App Spotlight: Wonders of Life

High school students exploring the building blocks of life will be mesmerized by the new app from Professor Brian Cox, Wonders of Life.   Designed for the high-quality display of […]

Sports Scientists Help Olympians Improve Their Performance.

Students Predict Race Results Before it’s Run

Sports science sounds cool, but what does it really mean and what is really involved. Now, break it down in a way that students can easily understand. Succinctly, sports science […]

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Language Key to Learning Math Aligns with Common Core Curriculum

by Sean Nealon, Senior Public Information Officer, University of California, Riverside An assistant professor at the University of California, Riverside Graduate School of Education has shown that a reading comprehension technique helps […]

Communities at Risk: Pesticide Case Study

Pesticide Case Study

Climate Change Jeopardy

Created by: Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences School of Public Health University of Washington Climate Change Jeopardy Power Point Contributed by: Dr. Vanessa Galaviz Like her Facebook page […]

Tool Kit: Encourage Students to Pursue STEM Careers

Use instructional strategies in classroom to engage students in STEM learning and mirror how STEM is pursued by professionals. Guided discovery approaches to teaching mathematics – NCTM illuminations, Dan Meyer […]

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What STEM Is and Why STEM Matters.

A hot topic creating a lot of buzz nowadays is STEM or science, technology, engineering and math.  These STEM disciplines no longer stand-alone as separate career fields, and in fact, […]

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