Students and Faculty Explore STEM with the BeTween Initiative

Students and Faculty Explore STEM with the BeTween Initiative

Faculty and students from the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at Southeast performed physical science demonstrations at the BeTween Initiative March 2, 2019, at the Osage Center in Cape Girardeau.

The BeTween Initiative showcased activities, highlighted services and provided resources available for “tween” girls ages 9-12 in the Cape Girardeau area.

The Department of Chemistry and Physics’ professional student organizations and students enrolled in “Professional Experiences in Chemistry” hosted a table with fun hands-on science activities, including slime-making, color changes, columns of foam, bubbles that don’t pop, shattering flowers, and imploding steel canisters as a way to infuse a love of STEM and curiosity in young community members.

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