Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Committee
The Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) committee at Barry University consists of faculty and students from the following departments: Physical Sciences, Biology, Information Technology, and Math & Computer Science.
The overall goal of the committee is to promote the development of community of active learners by creating an environment that allows students, faculty and staff to interact through involvement in various multidisciplinary activities and social events.
The first S.T.E.M. Research Symposium took place on Friday, April 3, 2009 at Barry University. The research symposium is aimed at engaging the Barry community in learning about ongoing discoveries within S.T.E.M. disciplines. Undergraduate and graduate students present their research accomplishments conducted in biology, chemistry, computer science, information technology, mathematics, and physics. Representatives from various science clubs and career services are present to provide information about memberships and ongoing activities.
Third Annual S.T.E.M. Research Symposium
Date: Wednesday, April 20
Time: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: Andreas 111
This event is open to all Barry students, faculty, staff, and the outside community.
Light refreshments will be served throughout the event.