State grant for STEM education partnership
September 9, 2012
From the group of Dean Livelybrooks
The Oregon Department of Education recently awarded $450,000 to the University of Oregon and the Eugene School District to improve high school and middle school students’ performance in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The partnership between the Eugene School Disctrict and University of Oregon, as well as industry, is co-directed by Dean Livelybrooks, senior instructor at the Department of Physics.
- “UO boosts high school STEM studies with state grant” – UO News
- “Real-World Lessons: A grant will help educators bring science and technology to life” – Register-Guard