The $89,109 award, presented under the federal 2013 Teacher Quality Partnership Grant Program, Office of Higher Education supports the project titled "Online Resources through Integrated STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics]."
Quinnipiac hosted the state's largest science competition for middle- and high-school students March 12-16, 2013, on the Mount Carmel Campus.
Five School of Education students and their cooperating teachers took part in a workshop about how to incorporate engineering into an elementary school lesson plan.
More than 425 high school students from across Connecticut traveled to Quinnipiac to attend programs on movie making, app design, entrepreneurship, and making connections in science, technology, engineering and math on Dec. 18 and 19, 2012.
Quinnipiac University faculty and staff hosted more than 200 high school students from throughout Connecticut as part of the Center for 21st Century Skills at Education Connection.
Approximately 100 Hamden Middle School students participated in three days of hands-on learning at the University’s Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning.
Connecticut teachers visited Quinnipiac University during the summer of 2010 to brush up on classroom technology during two workshops.