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: Tuesday, July 5
- STEM-CORE Personnel Changes: Join us in welcoming Dr. Dominick Casadonte as the new Director for STEM-CORE. Dr.
Michael O'Boyle has also joined us as an Associate Director from the College of Human
Sciences. Visit http://www.stem.ttu.edu/staff.php for more information.
- STEM Librarian's Conference: The STEM Librarians Conference will be hosted by Texas Tech July 21-22. Conference attendance is open to all STEM-related
disciplines, including administrators, faculty, students and community. Registration
is $70 and will be open until July 7, with a $10 late fee added until July 14.
- STEM Education Seminars: The STEM-CORE works to highlight STEM Education seminars from across the TTU campus.
All seminars are scheduled to begin again in the fall. If you are aware of a seminar
that might be of interest to the STEM-CORE Network, please let us know!
- TTU/LISD Middle School STEM Challenge
STEM-CORE partnered with Lubbock ISD and all their middle schools to bring the TTU/LISD
Middle School STEM Challenge to Texas Tech this past month. Each middle school had
a team of four students who learned STEM concepts while designing and building a hovercraft.
The students then raced their hovercraft. Who brought home the coveted "Dwyer Cup"?
O.L. Slaton! Visit http://www.stem.ttu.edu/challenge for more information on the STEM Challenge. To view play-by-play coverage of the
Challenge, scroll through our Twitter Feed on the STEM-CORE homepage.
- Upcoming STEM Grant Opportunities:
- STEM Grant Resources: