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Millersville Set to Host 17th Annual Science Olympiad

About 500 middle and high school students will gather at Millersville University to participate in this prestigious competition.

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Millersville University to host 49th Annual Math Contest

Millersville University is set to host 36 high schools for the annual competition.

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STEM Partnerships Provide Hands-On Experience

The partnership between MU and Lampire Biological Laboratories gives students hands-on industry experience in the laboratory and more.

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A Degree in Math?

Alumni will be on hand at the 15th Careers in Mathematics conference to discuss how they have used their degree in math.

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$3.4 Million NSF Grant

MU receives grant to increase underrepresented groups in STEM graduate school and/or the STEM workforce.

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Top Cancer Researcher to Deliver Science Lecture

New innovative cancer research methods will be discussed at the 38th Brossman Foundation and Ronald E. Frisbie Sr. Science Lectureship Program.

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Millersville Club to Host Inaugural Career Carnival

The Career Carnival invites local STEM-related companies to showcase their demo and safety equipment.

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MU Receives STEM School of Excellence Award

The University will be recognized at ITEEA’s 85th Annual International Conference in April.

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MU TEECA Wins Big

The ‘Ville scored big at the East Coast TEECA Regional Conference.

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Empowering PA Students

The goal is to create a national model that provides workshops, conferences and in-service training for counselors to learn about computer science.

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Sweden, Covid and Teaching

Millersville University students traveled to Sweden in December to commence the first Marauders Abroad Program since the start of the pandemic.

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Women in Math, Science and Technology Conference Returns 

Almost 200 young women from regional schools are expected to attend to learn more about careers in mathematics and the sciences.