Texas Tech University

STEM Clubs

CISER STEM Club participants get to participate in a wide range of activities with their club leaders. We hope to not only expose them to content, but also foster a "can do" attitude towards STEM topics. Students this year have participated in a number of activities including isolating DNA from strawberries, building catapults and egg cars, creating their own lava lamps, carrying out chemical reactions, making slime, and building electronic circuits.

We are so grateful to our K-12 classrooms for hosting us and looked forward to future work with them.

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Learning about microscopesMaking SlimeMaking Slime 2Group photoChemistry funChemistry fun 2Classroom group photoGeyserChemistry SuppliesExplaining densityGroup photo with density experimentsSand table