C-STEM in the News
The UC Davis C-STEM Center has received a grant of $300,000 from the National Science Foundation to study collaborative mathematics learning with robots. This two-year project aims to transform math education by integrating computer programming, robotics, and handheld computing into middle and high school math classrooms.
Capital Public Radio News Story
The University of California, Davis announces C-STEM Day on Saturday, April 30, 2011, held at Bainer and Kemper halls on the university campus. Hosted by the UC Davis Center for Integrated Computing and STEM Education (C-STEM) and College of Engineering, the event will provide an overview of the challenges of teaching STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, math) to K-12 students, offer insight into successful approaches to STEM instruction, and provide an opportunity for local K-12 educators to share their needs for instructional support and successful experiences.Read More..
iMobot, an intelligent modular robot, invented by Professor Harry H. Cheng, Director of the C-STEM Center, and his graduate student Graham Ryland, is headed for commercial development with the help of a grant from the National Science Foundation.Read More..