2014 Materials and Manufacturing Summer Institute

Teachers, Business Leaders Huddle on Applications of Science

News at SCSU, Southern Connecticut State University

Science teachers from schools throughout southern Connecticut recently got a first-hand look at how the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) are actually used in producing manufacturing materials.

About 25 teachers participated in the second annual Materials & Manufacturing Summer Teachers Institute — a three-day workshop co-sponsored by Southern, as well as the New Haven Manufacturers Association (NHMA), Platt Tech of Milford, the Center for Research on Interface Structures and Phenomena (CRISP) at Yale and Southern, and other education- and manufacturing-focused groups.
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