The STEM Center at Henderson State University supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in Arkansas in the p-20 learning environment by providing research and standards-based professional development, program assistance and access to materials. We help build a collaborative community of educators who provide quality, student-focused instruction with an emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving, preparing every student for college, career and community engagement.
Some of our activities include but are not limited to:
Teaching Preservice teacher courses.
Developing and Implementing the Reddie Virtual STEAM academy with grades 4-8. (Platform for teaching and engaging students online.)
Hosting school field trips.
Support for online learning for both k-12 and university faculty.
Conferences for k-12 students.
Learn more at the STEM Center site.
The STEM Center is located at the Ross House on Henderson Street.