SEMAA, at Martin University, is designed to increase the participation and retention of historically underserved and underrepresented K-6 youth in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM.  All students, in grades K-6, who have an interest in math and science would benefit from the activities offered by the NASA SEMAA project. The program is free to all SEMAA participants. Pictured below are our current SEMAA participants on Earth Day.  The photo was taken for NASA’s #globalselfie which is a part of NASA’s Earth Right Now campaign.  NASA will use the photos received to create a mosaic image of Earth – a new “Blue Marble” built bit by bit with the collection of portraits.  The Earth mosaic image itself and a video using the images will be put together and released in May.

The lab currently provides tours, workshops and professional development opportunities. For more details, please contact your AEL coordinator: Camille Hinton at 317.917.3310.