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The STEPs program is a K-12 science outreach program at Oregon State University which was developed and funded until August 2012, by a grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Its mission is to support and improve science, math, health, and engineering education for K-12 teachers and students throughout the state of Oregon. In partnership with OSU faculty, the STEPs program is supporting teachers by
Number Club resources for elementary school teachers and students have been moved (July 2015)
OSU research faculty partners supporting STEPs outreach workshops and programs in 2014-2015:
Dan Arp, Dean Agricultural College and STEPs Director
Michael Freitag, Julie Greenwood, Colin Johnson, and Ryan Mehl in Biochemistry-Biophysics;
Pallavi Dhagat, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Andreas Schmittner, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
Weihong Qiu and Bo Sun, Physics
Pankaj Jaswal, Botany and Plant Pathology
Equipment sets for molecular biology, chemistry, renewable energy are available to Oregon teachers who have participated in STEPs teacher workshops or who have had appropriate training in using the equipment.
Contact Kari van Zee at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.