November is last month for STEM Saturdays
Adams State University and Title V STEM Saturdays continue in November with sessions on elements, telescopes, and cellbots.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Programs free interactive sessions are open to the public and will stimulate the imagination and curiosity of students. All sessions are designed with specific grade-level, developmentally appropriate lessons in mind.
Sessions are scheduled from 9 a.m. until noon. Reservations are required.
- "Seeing Elements in a New Light: Exploring Absorption and Emission Spectroscopy with Elements and Compounds,"
- Dr. Christy Miller, professor of chemistry,
- Porter Hall room 324,appropriate for grades 5-8.
- "Optics, Telescopes, and the Sky,"
- Dr. Robert Astalos, associate professor of physics,
- Porter Hall room 120,
- appropriate for grades 5-8.
- "Cellbots: The Art of Mobile Driven Robotics" and "Visual Anonymity Enhancing Technologies,"
- Ankur Chattopadhyay, assistant professor of computer science,
- Porter Hall room 232,
- appropriate for grades 9-12.
For more information or reservations, contact Cindy Bervig, STEM outreach coordinator, at 719-587-7586 or email@example.com.