|Date of Event||Event||Description|
|July 10-14, 2017||
Dallas Arboretum SciQuest Summer Camp
Campers will experience STEM through VR, AR, 3D printing, and other innovative technologies. Supported through UNT IITTL's continuing work with NASA.
Visit their website for more information.
|May 17, 2017||
Space Science Follow-Up Visit
IITTL traveled to Sanger ISD to do a follow-up visit with the students that participated in the February 11th space science camp to access the continuing impact of the event of understanding and interest.
|March 27, 2017||
Dallas Arboretum Gets Silhouette
In preparation for the SciQuest summer camp, UNT's IITTL delivered and set up a Silhouette design printer/cutter to the Dallas Arboretum. The device will be used in creating 2D models and various design creations by students.
|February 24, 2017||
Dallas Arboretum Meeting
Members of UNT's IITTL met with educators at the Dallas Arboretum to discuss their collaboration with the upcoming SciQuest summer camp.
|February 11, 2017||
Space Science Camp
20 sixth-grade students from Sanger ISD were selected to attend a hands-on space science camp at UNT's Discovery Park campus presented by IITTL as part of their work with NASA to promote STEM interests.
Read the Denton Record-Chronicle article for more information.
|November 16, 2016||
UNT Teams Up With NASA
UNT's IITTL and NASA are undertaking a mission to promote interest in space science.
Read the UNT NASA HEC News Release for more information.
|November 10, 2016||
HEC Open House
During The NASA Heliophysics Education Consortium (HEC) Open House, UNT and Sanger colleagues had the opportunity to learn more about featured STEM innovations activities. Troy Cline, Educational Technologist at NASA, presented.
Click here to see more pictures.
|October 8, 2016||International Observe the Moon Night
Half moon with craters was photographed at 10:00 P.M on October 8, 2016, near Sanger, TX Coordinates: 33.37 North Latitude, -97.21 Longitude .
|October 7, 2016||TAMS (Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science) research assistants in Design Research Laboratory supporting Going Green! Middle Schoolers Out to Save the World and NASA Heliophysics Education Consortium projects.|
|October 4, 2016||STEM Innovation graduate student researcher, Samson Den Lepcha, refining template for NASA Heliophysics Education Consortium poster.|
|September 23, 2016||
The Factory at Willis Library
UNT Willis Library Introduced "The Factory" to students, staff, and faculty. They offer workshops on 3D modeling, 3D printing, Animation, Arduino, Circuitry, DSLR Photography, Go Pro, Laser cutting, VR, Photo Editing, Robotics, Soldering, Weaving, and more.
Visit their webpage for more information.
|August 29-31, 2016||Drs. Knezek and Christensen attended and participated in the first group meeting at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Partners involved in the Heliophysics Education Consortium were introduced and technology applications were explored for project related activities.|