Student working on a research project.

Development Of STEM Education Technologies

This work seeks to develop STEM-related educational technologies that incorporate appropriate education standards across grade levels. Products are developed through application of theory in product platforming and product family design. This presents a unique opportunity for students to practice design while considering specific STEM learning outcomes to be fostered through interaction with the technology.

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Research Project Information

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: Volunteer, Work Study
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer


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Faculty Member: Andrew Olewnik
Title: Adjunct
Department: Engineering And Applied Sciences