GenCyber Teacher Camp REMC1 and the Western UP MiSTEM is partnering with the College of Computing at Michigan Tech to offer the GenCyber Teacher Camp. This week long camp will run from July 19-23 on the campus of Michigan Tech and will teach about cybersecurity, computer networking and science. Teachers of grades K-12 are welcome to apply…

Read more GenCyber Teacher Camp July 19-23 on the campus of Michigan Tech – Registration is Open now for K-12 educators

HOUGHTON — A Watersmeet High School student met with professors and college students at Michigan Technological University Tuesday as part of an internship program aimed at promoting Native American interest in STEM fields. Read more in the Daily Mining Gazette article linked here: https://www.mininggazette.com/news/2021/04/a-chance-to-learn-students-visit-mtu-in-internship-program/

Read more A chance to learn: Students visit MTU in internship program

“Michigan’s Emerging Bioeconomy: The Promise and Potential of Our Forests”, a project made in collaboration with Michigan Technological University, the Finnzone, InvestUP, the Ford Research and Innovation Center, and featuring industry leaders of the Upper Peninsula. This piece brings forth prescient questions about the realities facing the UP forestry industry, but offers realistic and attainable…

Read more PBS Premiere: Michigan’s Emerging Bioeconomy – The Promise and Potential of Our Forests

Students in grades 4-8 at schools in Houghton, Keweenaw, Gogebic and Ontonagon Counties are invited to participate in the 9th Annual Lake Superior Water Festival, coordinated by the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative — a partnership of the Western UP MiSTEM Network and the Michigan Tech Center for Science & Environmental Outreach.  Classes will have the…

Read more 2021 Lake Superior Water Festival will be Virtual on March 23-25!

The A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum is soliciting applications from science teachers with the aim of selecting two teachers to work with the museum to develop engaging curricular materials that teachers can use to enhance student’s experience and learning outcomes associated with planned field trips to the museum. Teachers would collaborate together and work closely…

Read more Apply now! 4th-8th grade educators in Western U.P. to work with the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum at MTU

GET-IT Connection Summit – On the Road! Michigan Council of Women in Technology If your students missed our 2020 Connection Summit, here’s another chance for high school girls to develop professional skills and learn from our live IT Panel of businesswomen about technology innovations, careers and educational opportunities in tech.  This event will be a…

Read more GET-IT Connection Summit – On the Road! March 9, 2021

MCWT Robotics Grants Michigan Council of Women in Technology MCWT supports girls in grades 4-12 by offering a series of $500 grants to all-girl teams participating in Robofest at Lawrence Technological University.  Applications being accepted now!   MCWT Robotics Grant Applications – Apply Here

Read more $500 MCWT Robotics Grants from Michigan Council of Women in Technology

GET-IT Program – Afterschool Club for Girls Michigan Council of Women in Technology GET-IT stands for Girls Exploring Together – Information Technology. It is an after-school team activity designed to encourage middle and high school girls to consider and ultimately pursue a career in information technology. The program runs from September through the end of…

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