Nov. 3, 2021 — Northern Kentucky University's Center for Integrative Natural Science and Mathematics (CINSAM) along with the Institute for Health Innovation, is distributing free resource boxes for high school educators to use in their classrooms. Lessons are available in cybersecurity, mathematics, neuroscience and engineering.
“Having access to high quality lessons from NKU faculty is something students in our region can really benefit from,” said CINSAM Program Manager Danielle Dores. “These boxes have been designed to engage high school students with STEM disciplines using real-world applications such as the mathematics of different voting methods.”
The resource boxes are available now. Educators must complete a digital form for box access.
CINSAM regularly provides resources for P-12 teachers and students, such as the STEM Conference and summer camps. Other resources available to educators include a lending library and many online resources. CINSAM’s mission is to promote enthusiasm, excellence, and equity in education at P-16 levels by advancing and integrating teaching, learning, and scholarship in the STEM disciplines.
Plans for an in-person High School STEM+H day for April 1, 2022 are tentative. More information about the event and CINSAM can be found on its website.
About NKU: Founded in 1968, NKU is an entrepreneurial state university of over 16,000 students served by more than 2,000 faculty and staff on a thriving suburban campus nestled between Highland Heights, Kentucky and bustling downtown Cincinnati. We are a regionally engaged university committed to empowering our students to have fulfilling careers and meaningful lives. While we are one of the fastest-growing universities in Kentucky, our professors still know our students' names. For more information, visit nku.edu.