UE biology and physics professors engage students in EVSC STEM test
Posted: Wednesday, September 14, 2016
New Tech Institute in Evansville recently hosted a STEM (science, tech, engineering, and math) Fest to engage high school students and the community in these disciplines. UE professors Angie Reisetter, Joyce Stamm, Ann Powell, and Noah Gordon helped kids visualize their voices and see in the infrared.
These techniques were used to connect kids to UE faculty research in energy conservation and wildlife.
The students' activities included painting on their skin with ice - visible in the infrared - and seeing how well they could imitate a frog call.
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