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Date: 12/08/16 Time: 6pm-7pm Target Audience: Young ladies of all ages (girls only event) Event Description: December 5-11 is Computer Science education week. In support of other nationwide events, CSU is teaming with Charleston Women in Tech to offer a “Girl’s Night” Hour of Code on December 8th. A flyer is attached. Its free – there is ice cream
by Becky Melancon Visit the Charleston County Public Library to check out their displays of STEM-related books for all ages, including fascinating stories of research and innovation, inspiring biographies of scientists and inventors, and practical information about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. Feed your passion for all things STEM at the library!
Tune in to get a more in-dept look at the Charleston STEM Festival. Times and stations that air Carolina Perspectives are:
by Les Schwartz Last year’s most tweeted exhibit will be back by popular demand. Stop by Trident Technical College’s tent and visit with The Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches– some of the largest cockroaches you will ever see. This is not your local palmetto bug. The Madagascar hissing cockroach is a large, wingless cockroach from an island
As part of the inaugural Charleston STEM Festival, TTC hosted a family STEM night. On display were hands-on exhibits from various STEM-related areas of the college, including biological and physical sciences, engineering, fitness specialist, psychology, and veterinary technology. Despite the poor weather, more than 120 attendees helped to extract DNA from strawberries, explored the microscopic
Your public library has so many resources available to support STEM education. In addition to books, magazines and reference materials in the library, many now offer online resources including e-books, e-magazines and research databases. The Charleston County Public Library now offers free STEM ebooks from Sylvan Dell (for students K5 primarily) and a science database,
Charleston Southern University elementary education students are making math fun and interesting for students in the Lowcountry. CSU students facilitate engaging, hands-on math activities for the children to explore concepts such as the meaning of area, measuring with non-standard and standard units, patterns, the characteristics of 2-D shapes and 3-D figures, and the meaning of