Course Overview
Students engaging in Advanced STEM Research observe the real world, create questions regarding their observations utilizing background research, formulate a hypothesis or engineering goal centered on those observations, develop a method of quantitative experimentation, analyze the data set using appropriate statistical analysis, and present the STEM research to the scientific community.

Course Material
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Science & Engineering are verbs, not nouns.

Current Research:

Destiny German (Senior)
- Purification of Water through Low Voltage Electrolysis Utilizing Graphene Electrodes

Justin Reninger (Senior)
- 18O/16O Paleotemperature Measurements on Migration Patterns of Maiasaura

Megan Shafer (Senior)
- Phytoremediation of Radioactive Metals Using Helianthus (Mammoth Sunflowers)

Tori Weishaar (Senior)
- Engineering a 3D Printer For Use In Printing Biological Materials

Natosha Boss (Junior)
- The Effect of Perfluorooctanoic Acid on Sleep Pattern and Longevity of Drosophila melanogaster (Fruit Flies)

Josie Westmoreland (Junior)
- Brake Pad Dust Particulants on the Development and Growth of Drosophilia melanogaster

Chase Kissler (Sophomore)
- Alternative Material for United States Banknotes to Reduce the Transfer of Infection

Colton Messer (Sophomore)
- Harvesting Electricity Using Oscillating Motors

Maddie Scrupps (Sophomore)
- Novel Casein Detector Indicator

Past Research:
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