Need an excuse to take the class outside? Look no further! The handheld illuminating microscope is perfect for class on the go and educational field trips. With this pocket-sized microscope, students can examine anything and everything! Students can catch and examine the texture of butterfly wings. They could take a close look at rocks to […]
Euler’s Disk is a fun, educational toy that shows the dynamic system of a disk spinning on a flat surface. With the included holographic magnetic stickers, you’re in for a show when the disk starts to spin! As the disk begins to end its spinning, a rapidly increasing whirring sound is heard. Where is the […]
What kind of water have you been drinking? Testing the pH of your drinking water will let you know! If your water has a low pH, the water is considered soft. Soft water is harmful can cause metal to corrode… you don’t want to drink this water! If your water has a high pH, it […]
Please join us for a re-opening celebration of the Center for STEM Research, Education, & Outreach in our new temporary home. Come by for hands-on demonstrations, tours of the Resource Center, and the change to hear about our outreach, professional development, and research. When: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 from 12pm-5pm Where: STEM Resource Center, Vadalabene […]
The STEM Resource Center has moved to the Vadalabene Center, room 1304, and we are now open again! Come and stop by to see our new offices. If you have any questions, call Colin Wilson 618.650.3065.
The Resource Center is proud to annouce the creation of a searchable database of resources available for loan. Teachers and other educators can search for STEM classroom resources by content category, age group or resource type. Items can be checked out for two weeks for free. The database is always expanding as new items are […]