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Author Archives: Melissa Dagley

Coding Mini-Workshop

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Learn about Jupyter a browser-based (free) programming software. In use at CERN, NASA, Google, MS, IBM, and more. Learn to embed rich text, links, & images into your code; display output in same browser window; share files online, interactive and executable, through any browser; perform heavy-duty analyses, even from mobile devices. Natively supports 40+ languages […]

WOW! That’s Engineering!

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The Society of Women Engineers, Space Coast Chapter, is sponsoring an event for 7th – 10th grade girls on Saturday, October 15, 2016. WOW! That’s Engineering, offers young women interested in STEM the opportunity to meet women engineers and technologists while participating in hands-on activities. Students and volunteers can register at http://www.swe-sc.org/WOW/ through September 27. […]

A Summer Of STEM

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This summer, UCF’s Center for Initiatives in STEM hosted four STEM Summer Institute (SI) camps for Central Florida middle and high school students. The STEM Summer Institute (SI) offers a mix of activities designed to maximize learning through hands-on, individualized instruction in an effort to provide science, technology, and math related summer opportunities to students. Continue […]

STEM Day Continues To Inspire K-12 Students

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K-12 Outreach

On Friday, April 8, more than one thousand students from the Central Florida area spilled on to the UCF campus for STEM day. STEM day is a bi-annual outreach event for K-12 students interested in learning more about the study of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The day featured a wide variety of activities focused on […]

FAST Conference – Call For Presenters

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October 20 – 22, 2016 Presenters are needed for this year’s Florida Association of Science Teachers (FAST) Conference to discuss meeting the needs of our diverse student population Theme: Science is FUNdamental, Relevant, and Engaging! For additional information on how to submit a proposal go to www.fastscience.org

UCF Regional SECME Competitors Win Big At Nationals!

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Congratulations to the 2016 SECME National Winners! Essay 3rd Place, Elementary School Division – S. Payne – Sunrise Elementary School 3rd Place, Middle School Division – M. Aelker – Milwee Middle School Mousetrap Car 3rd Place, Elementary School Division – Team Bulldogs (Aeryona, Kashayla, Ronnie) – Hamilton Elementary School Water Bottle Rocket 1st Place, Elementary […]