The Texas Tech University STEM-CORE Network connects faculty and staff from across
campus in an effort to support the sustainment and development of successful STEM
initiatives. Formally, the Network is an email distribution list that allows the STEM-CORE
to keep members apprised of opportunitites. Informally, the Network forms a community
of STEM advocates and potential collaborators at Texas Tech University.
Join the Network
The STEM-CORE Network is open to any interested TTU graduate students, staff, and
faculty members. Unfortunately, due to technical restrictions, we are currently unable
to include e-mail addresses that do not end in "@ttu.edu"
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Share through the STEM-CORE Network
Do you have an announcement that would be of interest to the Network? Announcements
and brief descriptions can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest Update: Friday, July 10
- STEM-CORE Affiliate Program
We are currently accepting applications for membership to the affiliate faculty program
for the upcoming 2015-16 academic year. Visit http://www.stem.ttu.edu/affiliate/ to learn more about the program.
- STEM-CORE Summer Initiatives
The Center is busy this summer assisting and leading multiple Center and Partner programs.
- Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE)
TTU hosted two CASE institutes from June 21-July 1: Agricultural Systems - Animal
and Introduction to Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources.
- Noyce Scholars (Phase II): First Summer Internships
Nine Pre-Noyce Summer Fellows were involved in immersive summer teaching experiences.
- Science: It's a Girl Thing
- Summer Math Academy (SuMAc)
The 2015 TTU SuMAc engaged talented students from local high schools in a two-week,
hands-on program designed to further their knowledge and understanding of population
growth models through programming, mathematics, and research.
- TTU/LISD Middle School STEM Challenge
Partnering with Lubbock Independent School District for a second summer, 10 middle
schools competed in a week-long event constructing Rube Goldberg machines. Visit the
STEM Challenge website for photos, media, and more: http://www.stem.ttu.edu/challenge
- TTU PRISM & iSTEM
Groups of talented Texas Tech undergraduate students and Chinese high school students
will collaborate in this innovative joint summer research program. This year will
focus on ecology and conservation with presentations led by TTU College of Agricultural
Science & Natural Resources faculty.
- Active STEM Program (aSTEM)
New this summer, aSTEM is a sports-based camp targeting middle school minority males.
- Call for Papers
CBE—Life Sciences Education (LSE; www.lifescied.org) will publish a special issue in 2016 on broadening participation in the life sciences.
Abstract submission deadline is September 1, 2015. Visit http://www.ascb.org/files/LSE_Broadening_Participation.pdf for details.
- Upcoming STEM Grant Opportunities: