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March 2017

Saturday Academy

March 18 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Saturday Academy is a fun, hands-on science program occurring once a month, typically from October through May.  The program follows a project-based model, increasing familiarity with STEM equipment and industry professionals.  Each session has three main objectives: 1)motivate students to pursue higher education 2) increase students’ participation in the STEM fields 3) prepare students for professional life after high school. Four Academies offered this 2016-2017 AY: Marine Ecology Marine Research Computer-Aided Design Science of Food

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MESA Day 2017

March 25 @ 9:00 am - 2:30 pm

Join us for this fantastic celebration of STEM activities and cheer our Arduino Prosthetic Arm and Computer Simulation Competitors! We are always looking for volunteers, if interested please email Martha at mgfp@uw.edu

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April 2017

Saturday Academy

April 22 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Saturday Academy is a fun, hands-on science program occurring once a month, typically from October through May.  The program follows a project-based model, increasing familiarity with STEM equipment and industry professionals.  Each session has three main objectives: 1)motivate students to pursue higher education 2) increase students’ participation in the STEM fields 3) prepare students for professional life after high school. Four Academies offered this 2016-2017 AY: Marine Ecology Marine Research Computer-Aided Design Science of Food

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May 2017

Saturday Academy

May 6 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday Academy is a fun, hands-on science program occurring once a month, typically from October through May.  The program follows a project-based model, increasing familiarity with STEM equipment and industry professionals.  Each session has three main objectives: 1)motivate students to pursue higher education 2) increase students’ participation in the STEM fields 3) prepare students for professional life after high school. Four Academies offered this 2016-2017 AY: Marine Ecology Marine Research Computer-Aided Design Science of Food

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