Welcome! Login | Register
 

Chef Walter’s Flavors & Knowledge: Chilled Summer Soup—Chef Walter's Flavors & Knowledge: Chilled Summer Soup

Woman Identified as Victim of Apparent Murder-Suicide—Woman Identified as Victim of Apparent Murder-Suicide

MA Ranked 2nd Best State in Country to Have a Baby—MA Ranked 2nd Best State in Country to…

Triple Billing of Def Leppard, Journey, and Cheap Trick at Fenway Park—Triple Billing of Def Leppard, Journey, and Cheap…

Man Arrested in Connection With Allen Street Stabbing—Man Arrested in Connection With Allen Street Stabbing

2 Vietnam Artists to do Residency at Worcester Art Museum—2 Vietnam Artists to do Residency at Worcester…

Holy Cross Basketball Announces 2018-19 Schedule—Holy Cross Basketball Announces 2018-19 Schedule

10 Great Pets in Need of Loving Homes - August 14, 2018—10 Great Pets in Need of Loving Homes…

Worcester Sheriff Evangelidis Calls for Warren to Apologize for Comments on Law Enforcement—Worcester Sheriff Evangelidis Calls for Warren to Apologize…

Construction in Worcester - Week of August 13. 2018—Construction in Worcester - Week of August 13.…

 
 

Holy Name and WPI Students to Collaborate on STEM Research

Saturday, October 10, 2015

 

Holy Name High School and Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) have announced that their students will work together to research best practices in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum at the high school level.

The program, called the Holy Name - WPI Collaboration for Application Oriented Research, will provide the opportunity for Holy Name students to engage in research programs alongside WPI students working on their Interactive Qualifying Projects (IQPs).

Ed Reynolds, Headmaster at Holy Name, said “The school is thrilled with our association with WPI. Though we are currently a leader in the area of STEM, this program takes us to another level.”

According to John Orr, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at WPI, the theme of the program revolves around “innovations in high school science, engineering, and technology education as preparation for college and careers.”

The initial projects will include Life Sciences curriculum and laboratory infrastructure review, as well as the specific goal of integrating real-world experience with Holy Name’s wind turbine into the educational program.

The program is scheduled to begin October 27.

Holy Name's Annual Open House will be held on Sunday, November 1 from 12 PM to 2 PM.

For more information on the collaborative program, contact Scott Anderson, Director of Development at Holy Name, at 508-459-3010, or [email protected].

 

Related Articles

 

Enjoy this post? Share it with others.

 

X

Stay Connected — Free
Daily Email