The Williamson Fellowship pairs geoscience grad students with seventh- through 12th-grade classes.
“I seek to become a new healer, bridging the traditional knowledge of my community with the knowledge pioneered by investigating glucose metabolism.”
U researchers find that students’ certainty about belonging and their performance in a STEM course reinforce each other—for better or worse.
Geosciences is an integrative science, combining many disciplines and touching many aspects of our lives.
Scientists and artists find high levels of engagement and interest in connecting youth in custody to the scientific method and the natural world.
The College of Education’s new dean brings experience in creating deeply engaging and valuable STEM educational experiences.
Thelina Smith is about to graduate from the U this May with a degree in biomedical engineering and a minor in leadership studies. Her first initiative is creating a new organization to help young people build self-confidence and refine leadership skills.