SSU STEM 360

STEM 360 Activities

Savannah State University's Title III STEM 360 Activity, under the auspices of the Department of Engineering Technology and Mathematics in the College of Sciences and Technology (COST), aims to sustain K-12 outreach as well as, coordinate services to ensure that COST undergraduates receive high quality tutoring, advisement, mentoring, and collegiate and career counseling.

The STEM 360 Activity addresses COST strategic goals: Identify initiatives to increase progression in all degree programs; Improve significantly academic advising; Build stronger industry and community partnerships; and Increase involvement in community, sustaining alignment with SSU's strategic goals.

 

 

2014 Summer Enrichment Camp

The 2014 SSU STEM 360 Summer Enrichment Camp is a two week non-residential session with an emphasis on: increasing students’ mathematics/ science skills, in hopes of stimulating their interest in science and engineering as a potential career path. Each day, campers will commute and attend classes that include hands-on activities, designed to enhance problem solving, study, research, writing and communication skills incorporated with STEM disciplines. Classes will be facilitated by SSU Faculty and/or certified classroom teachers from the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System.

 

Online Registration link: Summer Camp Registration

Details

Rising 4th – 8th

June 16 – 27, 2014

8:30am –  3:00pm

 

Target Schools:

 

Middle

Elementary

Southwest

Southwest

DeRenne

Gould

Hesse K-8

Haven

Oglethorpe Charter

Low

 

Hesse K-8

 

Tybee Island Maritime

 

Target Numbers:

 

MS:                        50           (both weeks)

Elementary:       90           (second week)

 

Structure:

Middle School participants will attend both weeks of summer enrichment session. During the first week, middle school participants will engage in the engineering processes of design, construction, programming, and testing to prepare to serve as mentors for elementary students during the second week (6/23 -6/27). During the second week elementary students will engage in the aforementioned engineering processes, with MS participants serving as group mentors. The culminating activities will be the performance of all of the apparatuses designed and constructed by the participants.


TEACHER WORKSHOPS

 

Greetings SECME Coach,

The STEM 360 Activity at Savannah State University will serve as regional competition host for the 2013-2014 Academic Year. We would like to invite you to our SECME Fall Orientation Workshop. The purpose of this workshop is to provide training that will assist with preparing teams/students for the regional and national competitions. The focus will be on each component of the "Mousetrap Car" competition, Water Rocket Construction and VEX Robot assembly. Participants will receive a "Mousetrap Car" kit(s) availability are based on a RSVP basis, SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED. SECME Workshops dates are as followed: February 20, 2014 "Mousetrap Car", March 6, 2014 "Water Rocket", and March 13, 2014 "VEX Robot". RSVP at

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/secme-workshop-registration-9862529090