Archived news items for CA-STEM
Cool Science Festival, UCCS
CSM Graduate Students, supported by Dr. Moskal's K-5 Bechtel Educational Excellence Initiative grant, show kids how much fun science and engineering can be with programmable LEGO robots, renewable energy activities, and plinko.
Jörg Drewes, Professor in the Civil and Enviornmental Engineering at Colorado School or Mines, is a catalyst for transformational work through his work with ReNUWIt.
Texas Tech University - Office of the Provost:
2011 Texas Tech Integrated Scholar Jerry Dwyer
Associate Professor, Jerry Dwyer, from the College of Arts and Science at Texas Techs, talks about his research in computer simulations. Dr. Barbara Moskal is working with Dr. Dwyer on his NSF grant, "Integrated STEM Initiative on the Southern Plains."
US News & World Report:
Urban Water Infrastructure by Marlene Cimons
ReNUWIt "aims to design new water systems that will not only meet water needs, but consume fewer resources and improve the quality of aquatic ecosystems."
The Denver Post:
"Colorado second-graders see how high their pumpkins will fly" by Colleen O’Connor
The Adams 50 students enjoy their pumpkin classroom activities (from denverpost.com website)