Welcome Forensic Investigators! On a sun-bright summer day, we welcomed our awesome summer forensic crew.
The 14th annual Girl's Heath and Science day presented by Project Exploration brought nearly 200 elementary-age girls to the University of Chicago campus for a day of health and wellness. The students participated in information workshops that covered topics such as...
YSM student journalists had the opportunity to profile civil engineer Kelsey A. Taylor, P.E.
Over spring break 15 students, 1 instructor, 1 alum of Project Exploration and countless engineers from Tata Consultancy Service (TCS) convened at the Union League Boys and Girls Club to conquer Lego Mindstorms! Students learned the basics of HTML (HyperText Markup...
Day one of the Spring STEM Exploration – goIT.
goIT is designed to provide students from different neighborhoods, schools, and ethnic backgrounds the ability to learn about robotics, programming, and html.
Student assistant Shelby recaps the S4S Spring Science Camp.
Project Exploration’s Youth Science and Media students at Young Women’s Leadership Charter School interview a scientist to dispel the popular myth, “We Only Use 10 Percent of Our Brain.”
Project Exploration’s Youth Science and Media students at Young Women’s Leadership Charter School interview a scientist to dispel the popular myth, “You Can’t Drown a Plant.”
On February 28th, representatives from STEM OST networks, the Chicago Office of the Mayor, and a variety of local funding agencies at the Chicago Community Trust met for a review of the findings of the 2012 report, as well as a review of other local networks.