The goal is to create a national model that provides workshops, conferences and in-service training for counselors to learn about computer science.
Millersville University students traveled to Sweden in December to commence the first Marauders Abroad Program since the start of the pandemic.
Almost 200 young women from regional schools are expected to attend to learn more about careers in mathematics and the sciences.
The Science Olympiad is a tournament where teams of 15 students use their STEM skills to engineer a device.
$1.5 Million NSF Grant Aims to Support Academically Talented Incoming STEM Students.
Donation from Maplewoodshop brings woodworking curriculum to Millersville’s AEST Department.
Having connections with other women creates a strong community and a network of people to rely on even after college.
‘Ville student wins International Technology and Engineering Educators Association’s Lesson Plan Competition.
Seniors Mikesiha Mobley and Rebecca Goldinger received AAUW scholarships.
There’s a new club on campus: The Alliance for Diversity in Science and Engineering: STEM Undergraduates Preparing for Excellence in Research – or ADSE SUPER, for short. The chapter at Millersville University is headed up Dr. Kathryn Allen, who uses the club to help undergraduate students […]
Educational resource is in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Millersville Team Brings Home 2019 Gerhard Salinger Award.