Quinnipiac has secured a $191,068 Teacher Quality Partnership Program grant through the state Office of Higher Education to continue training teachers from school districts across southern Connecticut about the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
John Reap and Mary Phillips, both assistant professors of mechanical engineering, and Christian Duncan, associate professor of computer science, represented Quinnipiac’s Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning at Pond Hill’s STEM Day on June 4.
The handbook, "Math Modeling: Getting Started and Getting Solutions," provides instructions and a process for building mathematical models using a variety of examples to answer wide-ranging questions.
For the second consecutive year, the Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning, in partnership with the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education, has been awarded a grant to develop K-12 science education.
Quinnipiac hosted Connecticut's largest science and engineering competition for middle- and high-school students March 11-15, 2014, on the Mount Carmel Campus.
On Dec. 16 and 18, more than 300 high school and middle school students from across Connecticut traveled to the Mount Carmel Campus to attend workshops led by Quinnipiac faculty and staff from the Center for 21st Century Skills at Education Connection.
A group of Hamden Middle School students visited Quinnipiac to learn about science and anthropology on Oct. 29, 2013.