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College of Education
006 Bluemont Hall
1114 Mid-Campus Drive North
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-7304 fax

STEM Institute

Welcome to the KSU and Manhattan-Ogden USD #383 STEM Institute partnership program website! We're excited to share the latest updates and events regarding the program.

Entering into its eighth year, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) continues to expand. What began as a camp that organizers hoped would attract 50 middle schoolers to the College of Education has developed into a campuswide program that consistently sees enrollment at approximately 325 students each summer.

For the past seven years, KSU and Manhattan-Ogden USD #383 have teamed up to provide a summer of learning for middle-school students as well as university pre-service teachers.

We hope you'll explore this site to learn more about the program and the partnership that has helped make it all happen. We also encourage you to contact us to see how you can become involved.

STEM Learns Weather

The STEM Team

Lacee B. Sell
Executive Director of Teaching and Learning
Manhattan-Ogden USD #383

Dr. Lori Goodson
Assistant Professor and KSU STEM Coordinator
College of Education, Kansas State University

Larry Liotta, STEM Institute Principal
Deb Nauerth, STEM Institute Principal
Brett Nelson, STEM Institute Principal
Deborah Mohler, Parent Engagement Coordinator
Duke Harmon, Technology Coordinator
Kaylee Myers, KSU Instructor
Stan Ward, Grants Administrator
Diane Daniel, STEM Administrative Assistant

Are you interested in helping provide this program to K-State preservice teachers and middle-school students for years to come?

For more information, contact:

Abel Frederic
KSU Foundation
Senior Director of Development

Dr. Lori Goodson
KSU STEM Institute Coordinator