Indiana has struggled to recover from the Great Recession.
GARY | Students at Thea Bowman Leadership Academy joined millions of young people across the nation to become scientists for the day during the sixth annual 4-H National Youth Science Day.
CHESTERTON | The Bailly Elementary third-grade teaching team, composed of Mindy Balhoff, Sandy Campbell, Deanna Heslin and Mary Ann Martin, requested and received a grant project from the Duneland Education Foundation this school year.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Christ Our Savior Catholic School math and science teacher Kevin McMillen officially opened the school’s new Science Discovery Lab at a ribbon cutting ceremony held at the Family Back-to-School BBQ on Aug. 23.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Marian Catholic High School is offering a unique learning opportunity for academically talented students in fifth through eighth grade.
LANSING | Illiana Christian High School students conducted various science experiments for area junior high schoolers during a fair at the school on Thursday.
Stephan Buitter and Jon DeVries demonstrate gases and the properties of dry ice as it flows on the floor of the stage at the Illiana Christian High School. Advanced placement science students performed wacky science experiments in front of middle school students from Crown Point Christian an…
With the lights out in the auditorium at Illiana Christian High School, students Jeongmin Lee and Kristen Kamp pour a final solution into the tube to create Cold Light Luminol. Students from Crown Point Christian and Highland Christian schools were invited to watch the Weird Science Show on …
Dr. K. Doshi, of Munster Medical Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic, is a board certified anesthesiologist practicing in Northwest Indiana for 25 years and now trained in medical acupuncture from UCLA Helms Medical Institute.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | In mid-October, the Chicago Heights Public Library hosted its STEM Club program, which stands for science, technology, engineering and math.
Instructor Ray Rubio, of Chicago Heights, teaches young patrons of the city's library how to make Oobleck. Oobleck is a mixture of corn starch and water. It is a liquid until pressure is applied, then it's a solid.
Joanna Martinez, of Chicago Heights, makes Oobleck at the city's library.
Nasira Watts, of Reavis Elementary School, with her science fair project.
LANSING | Reavis Elementary fifth-grader Nasira Watts smiles in front of her project at the Lansing Area Science Fair on Feb. 25.
Dolton West Elementary District 148's top seventh-grade science fair project winners will be among those participating in the Regional Science Fair on Saturday in Aurora.
At its Feb. 23 meeting, the Dolton West Elementary District 148 School Board, along with representatives of the Dolton-Harvey-Riverdale League of Women Voters, honored the student creators of this year's top seventh-grade science fair projects. Pictured, back row from left, are LWV Co-Presid…
Each of Dolton West Elementary District 148's junior high school science fair winners gave presentations on their projects during the February School Board meeting. Pictured, from left, are Jemontay Gardner, of Lincoln Junior High School; Derrick Love, of Washington Junior High School, and T…
The Indiana Senate is considering a bill that would allow Indiana schools to teach creationism as science. This has had the effect of cleaving Hoosiers into two groups: fundamentalist Christian or heathen.
Bringing your adolescent or teen daughter to "Reaching for the Stars" at Star Plaza Theater on the evening of April 12 will trigger "the talk." No, not that talk. We want you to engage her in a conversation about dreams, goals and just how far a girl can go with an education in the STEM (sci…
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