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Teacher Resources

STEM education is what we do best, and we want to make a difference for K-12 teachers by sharing our knowledge. Our educational outreach includes teacher training workshops and materials through PRISM. In addition, classroom resources and hands-on STEM activities developed by Rose‑Hulman students address the Grand Challenges of Engineering. Follow the links below to learn more.
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Speakers Bureau

Want a Rose-Hulman professor as a guest speaker in your high school classroom? Our Speakers Bureau is committed to inspiring high school students to explore science, engineering, and mathematics.
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PRISM: Portal Resource for Indiana Science and Mathematics

Rose-Hulman's PRISM offers free digital resources for teachers of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in Indiana, including free online training on digital pedagogy and learning management system applications. PRISM also offers 3-week intensive workshops to train teachers in methods to integrate STEM concepts into school curricula.

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Grand Challenges Unit Studies

Show students how they can use science and mathematics to change the world with these classroom materials focusing on the National Academy of Engineering’s Grand Challenges. These units were developed by our engineering students to help you engage young learners with STEM study by showing them how these disciplines can be used to solve some of the world’s toughest problems.

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AskRose Homework Help

For 25 years, AskRose Homework Help has been providing an academic lifeline to Indiana students in grades 6-12 with free math and science tutoring. Its tutors are Rose-Hulman students who can help your students understand STEM concepts through friendly, one-on-one tutoring sessions via phone or live chat.

Outreach News & Events

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Noblitt Scholars Give Back to Community with Mural Project

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Mentoring Program Encourages Young Women to Explore Emerging STEM Interests

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Free Online Coding Camp for Kids Available This Summer

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