Millard Oakley STEM Center
Tennessee Tech's Millard Oakley STEM Center for the Teaching and Learning of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics is an extraordinary facility, located in Ray Morris Hall, that offers educators, schools, students (PreK through college), and the regional community a wealth of interactive programs, activities, and events.
|STEM Figures Unveiled: Unleashing Hidden Potential January 26, 2024
|Ice Age Explorers: Unearthing Earth's Frozen Wonders! February 24, 2024
|STEMlympics: Igniting the Torch of Science and Innovation! March 23 , 2024
|STEM-mendous Minions: Unleashing Scientific Mischief! April 12, 2024
STEM AT HOME
STEM AT HOME is a new initiative to deliver weekly STEM activities that parents/guardians can use to help engage their students during the current school closures. We will be featuring different topics and giving parents access to printable STEM activities for their students to complete throughout the week. Activity documents will be available for download below.
NOYCE Scholarship Program
STEM Majors check out the Noyce Scholarship and find out how you can have scholarship funding up to $12,250 a year to complete your STEM degree and earn teaching licensure.
Supported by the National Science Foundation's Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
Interested in Tennessee Tech University? Request information or schedule a campus visit below.