STEM stands for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics. In each of these area's, we ask the question, "How can I make the world a better place?" then gather data, learn & make choices.
PLEASE REFER TO WSU'S DESIGNATED WEBSITE FOR CONTINUED COMMUNICATION AND RESOURCES REGARDING ITS RESPONSE TO COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
All Weber State University courses are suspended from Friday, March 13, to Tuesday, March 17. On Wednesday, March 18, the university will move to online/remote instruction and advising through the end of the 2020 spring semester.
Center for Science and Mathematics Education
Virtual teaching has its own opportunities and challenges. Visit our new page for a list of proven online resources. These sites are part of the College of Science and College of Education teaching curriculum and can support you in becoming a fun, effective and engaging educator.
What is STEM?
Classroom Kits & other Educator Resources
A variety of kits and resources for teachers are available to check out for use in their classrooms! Find support with group activities, science fair resources, and professional development.
Activities for Families
Come spark a love for science & math in your children. Science in the Parks, Summer Camps, the Museum of Natural Science, the Ott Planetarium & so much more!
Earn a STEM Degree
A STEM degree lets employers know that you are a hard worker, that you are not afraid of challenges, and that you can think critically and problem solve. Over 30% of the jobs in Northern Utah will be STEM-related in the coming years.
Teacher Professional Development Opportunities
Join CSME as we present exciting workshops and training this Fall semester. The first "Twilight Series" workshop is designed to help teachers implement the new SEED standards.
Room TY 205, Mail Code 2509
Weber State University
Center for Science and
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2509
Ogden, UT 84408-2509
Tracy Hall Science Center (TY)
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