Measuring salinity dissolved oxygen. Coastal Connections teacher training 2015 Photo by Vicky Thayer

Measuring salinity dissolved oxygen. Coastal Connections teacher training 2015 (Photo by Vicky Thayer)

The Science House enhances K-12 STEM (Science, technology, Engineering, Math) education through hands-on, inquiry-based learning. Through its main office on NC State’s Centennial Campus in Raleigh, NC, five satellite offices, and its Web site, The Science House annually serves 5,000 teachers and 35,000 students across the state and throughout the U.S.

Located at the Center for Marine Sciences and Technology (CMAST) in Morehead City. The Science House @ CMAST services teachers, students, and higher education faculty on the coast of eastern North Carolina and beyond.

Resource development of coastal community partners for collaborative educational and outreach projects

Customized STEM programs and workshops based on needs of area school districts.

Coastal STEM student programs and competitions

The Science House serves faculty members and students by providing information and assistance in seeking grant funds or projects that require a broader impact, such as education and outreach. We can provide specific terminology to use when writing a proposal, review and give feedback on a written proposal, find a specific audience for a project, write letters of support and/or acquire letters of support from expected participants, and help manage program administration, budgets and research outcomes assessments

Regardless of the type of grant, or research proposal you are submitting for funding, The Science House @ CMAST can help you find a program. We are eager to develop new programs based on your availability, interest, and budget.

For further information, contact Dr. Pat Curley.