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What is STEM?

Designing better solar panels, measuring air quality, energy and sustaining practices, monitoring wildlife - these all begin with the foundational scientific questions and require processes learned through STEM education in order to find answers that will change and improve the lives of all.

STEM stands for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics.

College of Science programs are all STEM degrees and lets employers know that you work hard, you appreciate a good challenge that requires you to be a critical thinker and dedicated problem solver. Over 30% of the jobs in Northern Utah will be STEM-related in the coming years. The current forecast is that we will not have enough skilled workers to fill all of these jobs.

Let's Play...

Guess which STEM-related field is represented by each of the images below, then scroll your mouse over each one to see if you're correct!

  • Botany
  • ZoologyGeosciences
  • Physics Chemistry
  • Microbiology
  • Math

These areas allow one to be physicians, explorers, dentists, engineers, inventors, veterinarians, teachers and more!
The world is an amazing place due to STEM education!

Let's Connect!



csme@weber.edu
801-626-6160
 

 

CSME Director


Jennifer Claesgens
jenniferclaesgens@weber.edu
801-626-7772
Room TY 205, Mail Code 2501

Mailing address


Weber State University
Center for Science and
Math Education

1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2501
Ogden, UT 84408-2501

Building location


Tracy Hall Science Center (TY)

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