Students in the STEM Lab pilot program

Students in the STEM Lab pilot program

January 7, 2019| Category: Learning

Grand Opening January 17!

What happens when you introduce real science equipment and methods to middle-school students in a new Fairbanks STEM Lab created in partnership with New Hampshire Academy of Science? A fabulous combination of cutting-edge practices with curiosity is launched in St. Johnsbury!

With support from the Argosy Foundation , Jack & Dorothy Byrne Foundation, and individual donors, this extraordinary state-of-the-art learning facility is piloting a program to nurture innovative science research for students. Take a look at what they’re doing … and meet the talented team on Jan 17 during a Grand Opening celebration. You are invited to meet the students and their instructors, take a look at what they’re discovering, and enjoy some tasty drinks and food.

You’ll be hosted by the current students, who are raising funds to support scholarships, lab consumables, research, and travel.

Fee: $50

This event is limited to 40 people.

You can donate here!

Tags: Argosy Foundation, Byrne Foundation, Education, Fairbanks Museum, middle school, NH Academy of Science, research, Science, St. Johnsbury, STEM, ThinkVermont