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What We Do

We engage students and faculty with the K-12 STEM community by developing sustainable and mutually beneficial informal STEM education programs. These programs are designed to pique interest; foster both STEM literacy development and skills for success in STEM; demonstrate how STEM impacts and is impacted by society; and raise awareness about STEM careers. We design our programs to be inclusive so that all students in our region have access to these opportunities for learning and exploring. 

Popular Pages

JMU Anato-Bee Competition Details and Registration

STEM Field Trip Program for grades 7-12

Partnership with Boys & Girls Club of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County

JMU Students- STEM Corps information and interest form

STEM Center in the JMU News

Building Accessible Community in the Lab, September, 2023

Discovering a Passion: Big ideas keep growing for STEM Outreach, January. 2023

STEM Corps Provides Opportunities for Local Boys and Girls Club, March 2022

Putting our Brains Together, May 2021

Other STEM Center resources
Upcoming Events

For STEM Corps

  • Interest Meeting Tues. Sept. 5, 6PM, EnGeo 1210. Pizza, snack, and drinks!
  • STEM Corps Pedagogy and Practice Workshop: Th. Sept 21, 5PM, King 259.
  • Boys & Girls Club programming: Sept 29th, Oct. 6th, Oct 13th, Nov. 10th.

For the K-12 Community

  • Deadline to submit request for Fall semester field trip form (grades 7-12): September 11th
  • Fall field trip program for grades 7-12: October 2nd-November 13th
  • Annual JMU Brain Bee: Saturday February 3rd.
  • JMU Anato-Bee Competition: Saturday February 24th

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