Winona State University-Rochester will host a Grand Opening for its new STEM Village, starting at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, at the Heintz Center in Rochester.
STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) Village is a professional development resource for area elementary, middle and high schools. It serves as a lending library of STEM curriculum materials and equipment. Teachers are also able to check out lessons plans for information on how to educate students with the STEM equipment.
The event will have a ribbon cutting ceremony, along with a brief program by WSU President Scott R. Olson; Jeanine Gangeness, Associate Vice President of Winona State University-Rochester; Tarrel Portman, Dean of the WSU College of Education; and Tim Indahl, Director of STEM Village.
The event is free and open to the public.