Students are invited to celebrate National Chemistry Week, recognized Oct. 20-26, with a double serving of CJ STEMM Idol Speakers, both young up-and-coming women working in the science, technology, engineering and math fields.
More than 120 Project Lead The Way (PLTW) biomedical and engineering students explored career fields at three local STEMM institutions this fall.
What better way to start off the 2013-14 CJ STEMM Idol Speaker Series -- Chaminade Julienne's popular co-curricular offering that features presentations by doctors, engineers, professors, inventors, and scientists -- than by welcoming a local STEMM entrepreneur and reality TV star?
Tom Johnson is just that, and will interact with students at the school's downtown campus Sept. 23.
Project Lead The Way biomedical science students at Chaminade Julienne met with the city of Dayton’s chief forensic toxicologist just days after classmates happened upon the scene of a suspicious “death” found in one of the new CJ STEMM Center labs.
If this sounds like an ominous start to the school year, don’t be alarmed. The planned exercise is one of the innovative, hands-on activities teacher Amanda Ooten uses to engage students during the early weeks of her Principles of Biomedical Sciences course.
Chaminade Julienne dedicated its newly constructed CJ STEMM Center during a grand opening Wednesday, Aug. 28. Dayton area STEM professionals and educators, alumni and partners came to campus to see how the new learning spaces would make a difference in the education of today’s students. Though the Center was planned and designed to support science, technology, engineering, math and medicine education, all departments will have the option to use the new facility, and every student will use the remodeled spaces.
Crews are working to put the finishing touches on the brand new CJ STEMM Center, a $4 million project first announced in early January 2013. Construction to renovate an existing section of second floor classrooms, hallways and laboratories continues to wind down as the 2013-14 school year approaches.
A group of Miami Valley junior high students put STEMM education to good use, applying the steps of the engineering design process as part of a CJ summer camp service project with a little inspiration from Bastech, Inc., one of Dayton’s leaders in 3D printing technology.
Where do you begin when asked to find a solution to the perpetual need for clean drinking water, a problem facing more than one billion people around the world? For Procter & Gamble, the answer lies in principles of chemistry, physics and mathematics.
Learn more about what STEMM professionals at the Cincinnati-based company are doing to combat this global issue during homeroom periods Tuesday, April 30. Guest presenter Don Bretl, a mechanical engineer with P&G, will discuss the research, development and production behind his company's Pur water filtration packets.
More than 200 area 7th graders from six elementary schools celebrated Earth Day (observed April 22) and 2013 National Environmental Education Week at Chaminade Julienne.
The week leading up to Earth Day, observed April 22, has long been reserved for celebrating environmental education and awareness. The CJ STEMM program is kicking off the week’s activities on the corner of Franklin and Ludlow with two guest presenters from one of Ohio's premier public park systems, Five Rivers MetroParks.
All students are invited to join guests Bob Butts and Elyse Dean of Wegerzyn Gardens during homeroom periods Tuesday, April 16 to learn more about some of the summer volunteer opportunities available there.