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SLCC recently completed renovations on the new Dumke Center for STEM Learning.
Four students are designing a device that will assist astronauts in securing small celestial bodies.
The SLCC biotechnology program offers a constantly evolving learning environment.
Students from the School of Science, Mathematics and Engineering participated in the fourth annual SME Symposium on Tuesday.
Any student who struggles with biology, chemistry, physics or other science classes can get free tutoring.
SLCC will use a $600K grant to help disadvantaged students earn degrees in math and science.
SLCC students who need help with math or science homework can get free tutoring.
SLCC students interested in STEM will need to get familiar with the School of Science, Math and Engineeering.
The third annual Science, Mathematics and Engineering Symposium gave SLCC students an opportunity to learn about and teach scientific concepts.
SLCC student Ashley Thompson asserts that students should pursue STEM degrees because they love the industry, not the salary.
SLCC student Nic O’Shea says the liberal arts can enhance your education goals.