As many in the Lowcountry know, The College of Charleston hosts Darwin Week each year in February to educate the general public on why scientific discovery is so important and how Charles Darwin embodied the true characteristics of a scientist – intellectual bravery, scientific curiosity and thinking. Piccolo Darwin Week, Darwin Week’s offspring, is an
The Charleston STEM Festival is thrilled to have been a participant of the inaugural High School STEM Career Fair held at the Exchange Park Fairgrounds in Ladson. The event, organized by the Charleston Regional Business Journal (CRBJ), drew over 1,000 students from the Tri-county area who were excited to interact with over 40 local companies
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:
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
We are pleased to announce that in February 2014, we will kick-off the inaugural Charleston STEM Festival to celebrate science, technology, engineering and math in the Lowcountry. The Charleston STEM Festival will bring awareness of the wonders of hands-on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to the Lowcountry community. The festival kick-off on Saturday, February