This posting stands as a general research project area to explore and develop STEM education technologies (hardware and/or software). The goal is to develop technology platforms that can support STEM education initiatives for K-16. This project area is intentionally broad and resides at the intersection of engineering design and education. Projects are expected to involve multidisciplinary student teams and should be defined through discussion with Dr. Olewnik.
Disciplines: All STEM disciplines (engineering, computer science, sciences, mathematics)
Student Skill-Set Needed: Most applicable for students with background in any engineering or applied science discipline and/or education background. mechanical, aerospace, electrical and computer science/engineering. Helpful skills include CAD modeling, algorithm development, sold
Compensation: Academic Credit, Volunteer, Work Study
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer
For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:
Faculty Member: Andrew Olewnik
Department: Engineering And Applied Sciences