Video On Demand: Science Seminar on How STEM Became STEAM

Video On Demand: Science Seminar on How STEM Became STEAM

Video On Demand: Science Seminar on How STEM Became STEAM
Manassas Science and Applied Technology Interim Dean Diane Mucci, Chemistry Associate Professor Reva Savkar (who is also the chair of the Annandale Campus Science Seminar Committee) and Loudoun Biology Professor Gillian Backus.

 

On February 26, Dr. Gillian Backus (Loudoun Biology Professor) and Dr. Diane Mucci (Manassas Interim Dean of Science and Applied Technology) gave an interactive presentation titled, “How STEM became STEAM and Everyone Won: Incorporating Humanities in STEM Disciplines.” They shared their experiences on “Building a STEAM Engine” that brings together one student and two faculty members – one from science and one from art – who mentored the student from concept to completion of a science motivated work of art.

NOVA Science Seminars are organized by the Mathematics, Science and Engineering Division and Annandale Campus Lyceum.

NOVA’s Video Services recorded the event and has made it available online. If you would like to view it, please go online.

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