Building Science Centers
One Exhibit at a Time
Upcoming Events in 2019
We are introducing paid family membership as a monthly subscription. Subscription for April is $50 per family and is applicable to any family member in the age group 9 to12. These students can attend weekly STEM sessions held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 5:30 to 6:30 and at 6:30 to 7:30. These sessions will take up latest developments happening in STEM fields and bring them down to the students’ level. Our hope is that these students, when they reach high school, will be readily participating and winning prizes in national and world level STEM competitions.
Almost all events organized by STEM For All are free and open to public. We participate in events of other organizations and those events are governed by the respective organizations.
STEM For All member students get priority to be presenters in all events we participate.
We are looking for Parent Volunteers so that we can add more events and make current events even better. Volunteers will be appropriately rewarded.kits and dances, food and prizes.
We will revise the terms of the Family Membership based on demand and feedback from members, educators, and public.
Currently, the membership is limited to only 20 subscribers.
Please click here to Sign Up Now
MSU Science Festival
Unraveling the Mysteries
Saturday, April 6, 2019; 10 AM to 4 PM
MSU Abrams Planetarium
Free and Open to All
Like last year, along with MSU professors and students, STEM For All students will be presenting LEVITATION. Come and see our students “magically” float above the ground. Nope, there is no anti-gravity machine. It is a trick to increase the curiosity of the visitors. Our students will also show various methods of increasing or decreasing weight. Did we mention that they will also show you a simple and scientific method to lose weight? No, we are not joking. Ask any physics professor for verification. We will be at MSU Abrams Planetarium.
Come and witness LEVITATION and learn HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT.
We will need 12 student presenters.
Hiawatha Science Night
Friday, April 12, 2019; 6:30 PM to 8 PM
Theme will be a demo of including ARTS in STEM activities.
We will need two student presenters.
Video Bulletins on STEM Topics:
We will take up a current STEM topic, learn a lot about that and produce a video bulletin presented by students. We hope to make this a monthly feature of paid membership. Students will gradually be more and more involved in the video production also.
MSU Grandparents University (For more details click here)
Tuesday, June 25 through Thursday, June 27, 2019
Michigan State University
STEM For All will have four sessions with 30 students in each session and an additional evening session.
We will need 15 students to act as teacher assistants.
Summer Space Camp at CADL Okemos Library
Tuesday, July 30-Friday, August 2; 2 PM-4 PM; Age 8 and up
Learn about space, rockets, space tourism and NASA’s Moon-to-Mars plan. You will design a Mission to Mars. These are hands-on fun STEM activities. Limited to 20. This is a 4-day consecutive program. Raffle prizes to those who attend all 4 days. No charge but get tickets at info desk. Program facilitated by Uma Umakanth, President, Symbiosis International.
STEM For All students who have signed up for Build an Exhibit, Build a Science Center are eligible to be Teacher Assistants. We will need 16 Teacher Assistants.
Monthly STEM Competitions
These competitions will be similar to Science Olympiad, but simpler.
Mission to Mars
Around Autumnal Equinox
Will include STEM related skits and dances, food and prizes.