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STEM

  • STEM Welcome Weekend

    Fall 2013
  • STEM Pizza Supper

    Fall 2013
  • STEM Welcome Night

    August 2013
  • Cyber Defense Team

    Summer 2012
  • Summer Research Celebration

    August 2012
  • STEM Night at the NKU vs. Bellarmine Basketball Game

    February 2012
  • STEM Ambassadors recognized as Honors Scholars

    Spring 2012
  • STEM Bonfire

    October 2011
  • STEM Bonfire

    October 2011
  • STEM Meet and Greet

    January 2012

Are you interested in a career in any of the science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) fields? If so, NKU is the place for you to get a hands-on education. NKU STEM programs offer one-on-one interaction with faculty, small class sizes, research opportunities, state-of-the-art laboratory facilities, and co-op experiences with local companies. At NKU, you will find a community of students, alumni and faculty in a learner-centered environment to help you launch your STEM career.

What can you do with a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Degree?

  • Create and break security codes.
  • Analyze crime-scene data.
  • Develop treatments for diseases. 
  • Develop new flavors for foods.
  • Use your problem-solving skills in business or law school.
  • Develop new material for alternative energy sources.
  • Teach any of these topics in fun and creative ways.

NKU offers a variety of STEM and Pre-professional programs.

News & Announcements

 

  • There is a unique opportunity to study coral reef ecology and conservation in Belize with NKU Biology Professor Dr. Charles Acosta and other experts from around the world. For more information visit http://ires.nku.edu/
  • Peer Led Undergraduate Study Sessions, PLUS^2 (noun): A regular event where motivated students come together to study course material, learn study techniques from your peers, and meet others in the STEM community. Snacks are often included in this type of gathering.
  • UR-STEM student applications now available. Click Here

 

Portions of this material are based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DUE-STEP-096928