Educating the tech workforce of tomorrow
Sacramento State is working to attract more young people to the sciences, give them a rigorous education, and advance them into graduate studies and the job market. In order to do that, we are working with area schools, colleges, universities, and employers to create a seamless STEM “pipeline.” Our region’s future depends on it.
- What’s Happening Now -
Our next STEM Scholars Public Lecture will be held Thursday, September 24th.
To find out more, click on the following link: STEM Scholars Lecture
The Aquaponics Program at Sacramento State
The aquaponics program housed in the Sustainable Technology Outdoor Research Center (STORC) at Sacramento State, uses bio waste from our campus to create an environmentally sustainable system of food production. Using aquaponic farming on our campus models the significance of urban agriculture in addressing global food supply and environmental sustainability issues.
To view a video highlighting the program Click here
Teacher Education Students – New STEM Course
The College of Education is offering a new STEM instruction course for freshman, sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduates - EDUC 127 A/B Field Experience in After School STEM Programs.
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Expanding Your Horizons Conference - October 10, 2015
California State University, Sacramento
This event is a one-day science and math conference for 6th-8th grade girls, designed to encourage and empower young women to pursue education and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Click here for more information To view the FOCUS ON video of the event Click Here