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  • Memorial Day Observed

     

    Monday, May 28, 2018 (University closed)

STEM Center for Education and Engagement (SCEE)

What does the SCEE do?

The STEM Center for Education and Engagement (SCEE) aims to bridge the gap between campus, academics, and our local STEM community. A key focus of the SCEE is to provide opportunities for undergraduate students to conduct experiential education (EE) projects within the community. Additionally, the SCEE provides high impact student activities on campus to garner a stronger sense of community and belonging for STEM students. The SCEE focuses on the following areas for engagement:

  • Provides opportunities for undergraduate students to conduct experiential education projects within the Southern Colorado community.
  • Curates STEM communities by compiling and disseminating information on STEM-related activities and opportunities in Southern Colorado and beyond.
  • Builds and nurtures professional STEM communities for undergraduate students (organizations, activities, certifications, professional development opportunities, bridging gaps, speakers, videos).
  • The SCEE collaborates with CSU-Pueblo STEM departments and STEM community entities to provide high impact opportunities to STEM students and the larger Southern Colorado community.

If you are interested in learning more about the SCEE or becoming involved with an EE Project, please contact SCEE Director Sendi Estrada in the CBASE Office.

CBASE Experiential Education Interns presented their research at the 2018 Student Symposium with their community partner CoCreate under the leadership of Alumnus Salvador Acuna.

Sendi Estrada, SCEE Director

STEM Center for Education and Engagement

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