Research centers at Discovery Park include engagement to pre-college students as a part of what they do. This listing will provide you with a partial description of those programs and how you may get involved. For more information, listings provide a direct link to individual DP Research Center's webpages.
This program for students provides a virtual tour of the nanotechnology center while providing insight into the science of very small objects and their interactions.
Educational activities about nanoscale science and engineering.
For students in Grades K-12.
Spring 2012 @ Birk Nanotechnology Center.
Free and open to the public. Classes and schools welcome.
Howard Hughes Electronic Field Trips in Comparative Biology for Middle School Students
Nationally recognized scientists from agriculture, biology, and veterinary medicine will team with education and instructional design experts and video production personnel to bring science and scientists electronically into the classroom. Electronic Field Trips (EFTs) will be offered through live web streaming, IP videoconferencing, or collaborative web software, or a combination of the three. An on-camera host and featured scientist will interact with classroom participants electronically to bring on-site experiences into the distant classroom as an integrative complement to existing instruction. For more information contact Dr. J. Paul Robinson: email@example.com
The Discovery Learning Center hosts many of the programs aimed pre-college students. The following listing should help with navigating the opportunities.
A program to enhance teaching at the Middle School level.
Develops K-12 Curriculum/Disaster Software and coordinates teacher training.
Purdue Guitar Workshop
Week-long workshop in which students make their own electric guitars.
Thank you for your interest in Discovery Park's P-14 STEM Program. In this location at Purdue biological, physical and engineering research combines to create new discoveries that may both interest and inspire pre-college students, teachers and parents. Through this web page, the P-14 STEM Program intends to make educational resources based on this research more generally available to the public. We welcome your enquiries!
Check out the latest newsletter from P-14 STEM, including an update about opportunities in STEM education at Discovery Park and Purdue for teachers and students. These opportunities include teacher workshops, summer science camps for students and events for everyone.
For Discovery Park Tours, contact Maria Longoria-Littleton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For other activites, please contact Candiss B. Vibbert (email@example.com)