Meet, Greet, Teach: Making a Difference?

An informal conversation about interdisciplinary teaching on environmental issues. Thursday April 3, 2014 5:00 – 6:30pm Program on the Environment Commons, Wallace Hall (ACC) 012 Register Now Free to attend. RSVP requested by Monday March 31, 2014 _________________________________________________________________________________ Only 27% more »

Recent STEM News

More than a Veggie Patch: School Gardens Help Teachers, Students With STEM “The idea of having a community garden is nothing new. It’s a popular way to promote sustainability, healthy eating and camaraderie. But one organization has found it’s also more »

Seattle MESA Saturday Academy

Seattle MESA is working with Marine Biology experts at the University of Washington to introduce high school students to a wide variety of Marine Biology careers that will allow them to experience the “wow factor” of Marine Biology through hands-on more »

The Washington MESA Newsletter

  Successful Legislative Efforts Olympia, WA. “The Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) Community College Program (MCCP) was highlighted at a House Higher Education Committee work session on Tuesday, February 25, 2014. MESA provides under-represented students academic and transfer-support services to help them excel and ultimately more »

Washington STEM News!

Vashon Island’s Experiment in School Construction + STEM Learning The Vashon Island School District faced two seemingly unrelated challenges shared by many school systems across Washington: it needed to replace its aging and dilapidated high school building, and too many more »

MESA in Legislative News!

The following was published about MESA in the Legislative News: “The Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) Community College Program (MCCP) was highlighted at a House Higher Education Committee work session on Tuesday, Feb. 25. MESA provides under-represented students academic and transfer-support services to help more »