What If There Were No Moon?
This question lies at the heart of a unique program that brings Florida Tech’s STEM expertise into thousands of classrooms in Florida and across the country.
Designed to spark the interest of high school students in the critical disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the program provides teachers with an information-packed poster for the classroom along with a lesson plan highlighting ways to use math, physics and even geology to calculate the mass of the moon.
The STEM poster project is a free initiative sponsored by the university’s Office of Enrollment Management with its scientific content overseen by Hamid Rassoul, dean of the College of Science.
Learn more about the program at fit.edu/stem-poster.