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A new 10-million dollar science, technology, engineering and math institute is coming to Midland.
The facility will be funded by Michigan State University, Dow Chemical Company, The Herber H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation, the Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation, and the Charles J. Strosacker foundations.
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Science and math camp at CMU
Central Michigan University has received a five-million dollar grant to help expand STEM programs.
The donation from the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation will help create more science, technology, engineering and math programs, also known as STEM, for children ages 10 to 15.
Four Michigan schools are being recognized by the State Department of Education for their programs preparing students for future careers.
CMU is partnering with a rural school to help students with STEM- that’s science, technology engineering and math.
And the partnership has an agricultural twist.
Officials at CMU are launching the partnership this month between student-teachers, and classroom teachers in St. Johns-an agricultural community.
The Great Lakes Bay Regional Alliance held a STEM conference Thursday to a sold out group at Central Michigan University.
STEM stands for Science Technology Engineering and Math. More than 700 people attended the conference.
A Michigan school district has garnered national attention for being a leader in educational robotics.
The Grandville Robodawgs began designing, building and programming competitive robots as one high school robotics team in 1998.
Alma College has just been awarded five million dollars for improving STEM education. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math.
The national Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship is an annual award presented to 32 teachers for furthering of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM education.
And this year, one of the recipients is a spring graduate from Central Michigan University.
Many teachers look forward to summer vacation just as much as students.
A group of teachers from the Great Lakes Bay Region however, are looking forward to more learning.
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