Celebration of Women in STEM 3/3/17

The public is invited to a Day of Celebration of Women in STEM, Friday, March 3, 2017 at CNSM’s Lewis Science Center.  Professionals in STEM will be presenting in Computer Science, Biology, Physics and Chemistry, with a panel discusiion at 1, LSC 101.  Dr. Sethanne Howard of the US Naval Observatory will be presenting a lecture 4000 years of Women in Science in LSC 100 at 5:30 pm.  Please plan to come, learn, and enjoy! STEMWomen3.3.17

 

 

Math Seminar 2/8/17

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STEM Students to Present Posters at the State Capitol

More than 110 undergraduate students will present 70 posters highlighting their original research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017 from 10 a.m. to noon in the Arkansas State Capitol Rotunda in Little Rock.

The University of Central Arkansas is the primary organizer of the event, with support and participation from the Arkansas STEM Coalition and Arkansas State University. This is the fifth year for the Arkansas STEM Posters at the State Capitol.

For more details, please click here to go to UCA’s News website.

Partnership with Northark and Buffalo National River

Screen Shot 2016-12-20 at 2.21.45 PMThe signing ceremony took place Monday, December 19, 2016, at Steel Creek Campground near Ponca, Arkansas.

For all the details, please click here.

Hour of Code 12/9/16

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CNSM Homecoming Events Saturday 10/22/16

GRAND OPENING of the Conway Corporation Center for the Sciences – 3 pm at CCCS!

CNSM Tailgate — Tasty Jambalaya — Our tent on Bruce St. in front of Crafton Alumni Pavilion — Bring a side dish or dessert!

Celebrate our new state-of-the-art science building and largest planetarium dome in the state, then cheer on the UCA Bears versus the Lamar Cardinals — GO BEARS!!Screen Shot 2016-10-20 at 2.14.15 PM

 

 

STEM Career Fair, Wednesday 10/19!

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Computer Coding 2015 @ UCA

2015 Coding

Computer Coding 2015 @ UCA for middle and high school students is a summer program sponsored by the Department ofMathematics, Department of Computer Science, and STEM Institute at UCA.

The goal of this program is to provide kids with an early opportunity to learn computer programming. The students will be taught basic programming concepts, various simple computing techniques and problem solving skills with some hands-on project work.  “Scratch” and/or on-line resources will be introduced so students can practice and work on their projects.  Students will learn important basic mathematical and computer concepts that improve their creative thinking, logical reasoning, problem solving, and team collaboration skills.

The program will be conducted by Mr. Sudheer Kavi, a Senior Solutions Developer at Acxiom and an adjunct professor of Computer Science at UCA.

When: June 9-July 3, 2015

Where: Math and Computer Science Building, UCA Campus

Cost: $75 per student

To Register or for more information go to: http://tinyurl.com/coding2015

 

 

UCA-STEM Power for Girls

Hosted by the UCA STEM Institute

Friday, May 22, 2015

Participants will attend breakout sessions on different STEM careers such as mechanical engineering, fisheries pathology, computer science, and biology education.

Event InformationUCA-STEM-Power-for-Girls

Open to: Female students in High School (10th, 11th, and 12th grades) and female college students (Freshman and Sophomores).
Time: 8:30am—3:30pm
Location: University of Central Arkansas
Breakfast and Lunch will be provided
Cost: NO COST TO ATTEND!!!!

Registration Link: http://tinyurl.com/girlsconference

For more information contact UCA STEM Institute, (501)450-3426
http://www.uca.edu/steminstitute

Engineering is Elementary

Engineering is Elementary (EiE) is a curriculum program that integrates engineering with elementary science topics. Connections with literacy, social studies and mathematics can also be made.

The Attraction is Obvious: Designing Meglev Systems
Designing Meglev SystemsInnovative “meglev” or magnetic levitation trains move by using magnets instead of wheels.

During this workshop participants will explore the concepts behind these concepts. The explorations are a vehicle for technological innovations behind these trains to come alive for students in this transportation-engineering unit. The participants will have access to all materials that are needed to implement this unit in their classroom.

Two sessions available:

  • February 17th & 24th 4:30pm to 8:00pm (must attend both dates)
  • March 4th – 9:00am – 3:30pm

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For more information go to http://uca.edu/steminstitute/engineering-is-elementary-eie/