From the Regional Math & Science Center at Grand Valley State University
November 2014 | Volume 21, Number 7
The Regional Math and Science Center is hosting the annual Fall Science Update on:
Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: L.V. Eberhard Center, GVSU Pew campus.
Registration deadline: November 12th, 2014
Dr. Sam Rhine’s one-day conferences are designed to teach the latest in genetics advances and active research areas. Full Story
This year’s theme is Cultivating Next Generation Solutions, and presenters will be talking about designing, innovating, and manufacturing what’s next by developing less hazardous, more effective materials, processes, and products. Full Story
PRIME professional development will focus on a lesson study and the eight standards of mathematical practices. The deadline for registration is Monday, November 17. Full Story
Put your content knowledge of Earth Science to work for you. During this course you will compile existing materials and construct new standards-based lessons that follow a inquiry-based format. Full Story
TI is an innovative and coherent professional development program, focused on improving the quality of inquiry instruction in science classrooms. Full Story
The Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network is collaborating with Eastern Michigan and others to support the GRACE project to encourage the development and use of GIS science and social studies lessons in middle school through high school classrooms. Full Story
The Science Olympiad is an academic, interscholastic competition designed to increase interest and achievement in STEM education. Full Story
In celebration of the International Year of Light 2015 and the Regional Math and Science Center’s (RMSC) 25th Anniversary, the RMSC and the Physics Department at GVSU will be hosting Super Science Saturday: The Wonder of Light, a science extravaganza for the West Michigan community. Full Story