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7.23.2012--MySci/ISP STEM Curriculum Development for Middle School Teachers. Monsanto provided a $2 million grant for this program.
Clockwise from front left:
Karis Jackson(red), Hazelwood Schools;
Amber Benge, Hazelwood Schools;
This group is developing curriculum about Water/Rock Cycles of the Earth.
Photo by Joe Angeles/WUSTL Photos

MySci takes on middle school

The Institute for School Partnership (ISP) at Washington University has partnered once again with the Monsanto Fund to bring high quality science education to students in St. Louis. The Monsanto …Read more.

Kathleen Dwyer

A presidential pursuit

Pencils scribble furiously as teacher Kathleen Dwyer asks for smiles of confidence once each student has finished solving the problem. Once each face is grinning ear-to-ear, Dwyer announces the correct answer to …Read more.


Booting up for bootcamp

For one week of their summer vacation, a group of high school students challenged themselves to a new type of bootcamp. Through a partnership of Washington University’s School of Engineering …Read more.


Educators lead the way in STEM

For the fourth year, a select group of St. Louis-area and Metro East educators will spend two weeks learning how to enhance their teaching in the areas of science, technology, engineering …Read more.


Old partnerships, new opportunities

As science and engineering education becomes increasingly important in K-12 schools, the Institute for School Partnership (ISP) at Washington University in St. Louis strengthened an old connection to East St. …Read more.

Dr. Kenneth Kelton
Cardinal Ritter STEM

Pursuit of Excellence

In pursuit of excellence on behalf of their students, families and careers, 23 teachers were awarded advanced certificates and degrees at the University College graduation on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, at …Read more.