Congratulations Spring 2016 VolsTeach Graduates!
VolsTeach students learning by experiencing lessons about mathematical modeling.
VolsTeach students immersed in Research Methods project
The 3rd-5th grade group from the Math Counts Institute in Campbell County (TN) this summer.
High school teachers working together to problem solve in Campbell County (TN) as part of a Math, STEM, and Modeling professional development.
High school teachers collaborating at a Math Counts Project professional development.
VolsTeach staff at UTeach Conference, Austin, 2013
Congratulations Spring 2015 VolsTeach Graduates!
TN Science Olympiad participants
TN Science Olympiad
TN Science Olympiad Competition
STEMspark and TN Code Academy, with sponsorship from Innovation Valley and space provided by CEEMS, held a code camp at UT. Code Camp is a week long introduction to coding for students 12-18 years of age.
TN Code Camp
TN Code Campers on Demo Day presenting
The Center for Enhancing Education in Mathematics and Sciences (CEEMS) was established in 2010 to serve as the organizational unit for projects related to mathematics and science education and the discovery of new strategies that generate effective STEM education in the P–16 arena. CEEMS serves as an interdisciplinary base for the development of proposals to secure external funding for STEM education projects. The intention of the center is to use these funds not only to prepare effective P–12 STEM teachers, but also to identify, implement, and evaluate the efficacy of novel training strategies and lesson plans that serve the goals of P–16 education in Tennessee.