Teacher training prepares students for technology careers. Teacher professional development creates curriculum. Students learn to use geospatial technologies.
Graduate students do innovative training in neutron scattering research.
Neutron scattering research investigates materials on an atomic scale and helps to develop new technologies. The interdisciplinary field overlaps with physics, chemistry, nanotechnology and materials science.
Graduate scientists solve real-world problems through interdisciplinary projects and problem-based learning. Headquartered at the University of Missouri the program partners with Indiana University, North Carolina State University and Fisk University.
Edu provides formative and summative evaluation.