Happy first day of school, Muncie!
We are cheering on all the students, parents, teachers and administrators as they begin this new and uncertain semester. Strengthen your web by building those CONNECTIONS first. Learning is stronger when students are well connected. Here are a few suggestions from last year's keynote speaker at the MCS Innovation Summit on ways to build relationships through remote learning: https://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/11801 ... See more
It’s exciting to see this project coming together!
Supplies for the Kitselman Bridge are coming in! Swipe right to see what the fencing will look like. Thank you to @madjaxmuncie for the safe storage space!
Registration for this FREE interactive virtual event is now open.
Purdue Space Day 2020 will be virtual this year and open to everyone who registers! Details to come. Registration is now open: https://engineering.purdue.edu/PurdueSpaceDay/events/registration/2020
Now hiring a part-time Media Specialist to help with social media, web content and video productions. Apply here: https://forms.gle/8EH81y5PKGpwsu99A
This will be a great asset for downtown Muncie and also very interesting from an engineering perspective.
Muncie, IN—The Muncie Sanitary District is pleased to announce that it will complete the construction of the Muncie Central Levee Trail this summer. The trail design and construction are being funded through a grant awarded to the Muncie Sanitary District from the Indiana Department of Natural Res... ... See more
Have you ever thought about re-designing a commonly used object? What would you make?
At Dandelion Chocolate, the faceted chips are designed for maximum texture.
You can virtually join the NASA Mars launch on July 30!
We're going to Mars! Want to (virtually) come along? For the July 30 launch of the NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover, we've got a photo booth, AR filters for your social media, a launch broadcast in VR, and a whole lot more. Read about it all: https://go.nasa.gov/39mgQ5u ... See more
What is NEOWISE? Hint: it’s a comet Watch this live Q&A video with NASA scientists to learn more: https://youtu.be/FFn4-kQPjzk
Are there any astronomy explorers out there? Here are some tips for viewing Comet NEOWISE. We’ve heard a telescope or astronomy app are especially useful in getting a clear view.
It is so exciting to see students innovating scientific breakthroughs!
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue students are working to revolutionize coronavirus testing. Students are creating a COVID-19 test that can return results in just 30 minutes, and the test is designed t… ... See more