How does that work? What happens next? Inquisitive kids take a hands-on approach to investigating principles of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with Emmy award-winner Dr. Rob Stephenson.
Potter Park Zoo is an escape to nature located in the heart of Michigan's capital city. Open 364 days a year and home to nearly 600 animals!
The Air Zoo is a highly charged, multi-sensory atmosphere that goes beyond anything you've ever seen. It's like no place else on Earth!
Sitting on the Grand River with more than a mile of shoreline, Woldumar maintains over 5 miles of trails on over 180 acres of Maple and Beech woodland, tall grass prairie, and a pine plantation snuggled along 1.25 miles of the Grand River. Trails are open 365 days each year - we invite you to hike or ski on them anytime between dawn and dusk!
Impression 5 Science Center is a dynamic, interactive space for families to play, create, and challenge their understanding of science. Our mission is to facilitate learners in scientific exploration through hands-on exhibits and participatory educational programming.
MSU AgBioResearch encompasses the work of nearly 400 scientists in six colleges at MSU. Learn more about the innovative, leading-edge research by checking out our videos or our website: agbioresearch.msu.edu
With a presence in every Michigan county, Extension faculty and staff members provide tools to live and work better. From a personal meeting to information online, MSU Extension educators work every day to provide the most current information when people need it to ensure success -- in the workplace, at home and in the community. Whether it's helping grow Michigan's agriculture economy, capturing opportunities that use our natural resources in a sustainable way, controlling health care costs by giving individuals the information they need to manage chronic illness or preparing tomorrow's leaders, MSU Extension is creating opportunities and building communities that make Michigan strong, prosperous and a great place to live.
The science and culture museum at Michigan State University and the state's first Smithsonian Institution affiliate.
As a premier professional training ground, the College of Music at MSU prepares students to become world-class musicians working at the frontiers of their art. Our reputation attracts some of the world's leading teachers to our faculty, who together nurture the next generation of outstanding artists. Our students learn how to discover new worlds of artistic expression and develop a creative style that is uniquely their own. They are inspired by the world-renowned musicians who regularly visit the college and grow personally and professionally through a range of performance opportunities at prestigious national and international venues. We use the universal language of music to connect people and build understanding across cultures and continents. We enhance campus life through sounds that capture the spirit of the Spartan experience.
Science Gallery Detroit (SGD) is the first Science Gallery in the Americas, developed in partnership with Michigan State University. SGD aims to unlock the creative potential of 15-to-25 year olds by taking emerging research and ideas from the worlds of art, science, design and technology, and presenting them in connective, participative and surprising ways. The pioneering Science Gallery was developed at Trinity College Dublin in 2008.
LCC Community Education Department offer youth a wide variety of opportunities to enjoy high caliber academic pursuit in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM).