Come to the Great Lakes Research Center(GLRC) on MTU’s waterfront campus for an exciting day of activities that will increase your student’s knowledge of Great Lakes science and engineering! During each half-day session, students will attend four 35-minute activities.
2013 Water Festival made possible with funding from Michigan Space Grant Consortium, MTU Center for Water & Society and Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative. Coordinated by the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative and Michigan Tech University.
Learn more at the Western UP Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education.
Water Festival at GLRC Draws High School Students Today
The goals of the Water Festival are to motivate high school students to study STEM fields in college, to introduce them to a variety of STEM and Great Lakes-related careers, to encourage Great Lakes stewardship and to showcase Michigan Tech’s new Great Lakes Research Center.
Read more at Tech Today.
Lake Superior Water Festival Shows Students Careers in STEM
More than a dozen scientists, students and representatives of groups involved in Great Lakes conservation will make presentations to the high schoolers.
View photos at the College of Engineering Blog.