ISP Faculty Fellow Pat Gibbons, PhD, and Jack Wiegers, ISP science educator, are offering an astronomy course for teachers during the fall 2014 semester. Edu 6012 Earth and Planetary Systems …Read more.
The WUSTL Newsroom story “Closing the gap: How one school district went about fixing standardized science test scores” by Leslie Gibson McCarthy was published with permission by the Missouri Mathematics …Read more.
Students from KIPP Inspire Academy, a WUSTL-sponsored St. Louis charter school, were treated to a performance of Black Violin at Edison Theatre Mar. 14. Classically trained artists Wilner “Wil B” …Read more.
The WUSTL Photosynthetic Antenna Research Center (PARC) is offering several unique opportunities in March and April for the public to tour sustainably-focused facilities, meet with scientists, and learn more about …Read more.
Our Lady of Lourdes Parish School included the MySci Investigation Station in a Literacy Night for their K-1 students and families Feb. 20. More than 150 visitors, including children dressed …Read more.
In a Times Leader opinion piece about challenges facing the Wilkes-Barre Area School District, an urban public school district in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, the partnership between the ISP and the Hazelwood …Read more.
More than 150 people watched as 54 local students competed in the St. Louis Area Brain Bee Feb. 8 in McDonnell Hall on the WUSTL Danforth Campus. This competition for …Read more.
More than 200 undergraduate students gathered Saturday, Jan. 25, to participate in tutor training for the Each One Teach One (EOTO) program, the signature tutoring initiative of Washington University in …Read more.