Science/Technology/engineering/math

DGN 3D Printer: 2019

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 DGN Science for STEM 3D Printer awarded to Michael Heinz: $1,000 

Skeletons: 2019

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 DGN Science for Skeleton awarded to Jeff Grant: $963.75 

DGS 3D Printer: 2018

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 DGS Science for 3D Printer and Supplies awarded to Scott Parker: $1,827.50

DGS Research Club: 2018

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 DGS Science for DGS Research Club awarded to Michelle Sachtleben and Scott Howard: $1,928

Click the image to learn more about Research Club and their inaugural STEM Showcase.
 

360 Camera: 2018

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DGN Science for Theta V 360 Camera to  awarded to Michael Heinz: $399
The camera was used for student trips to Costa Rica in 2018 and 2019. Click the image to view more photos from the 2019 Costa Rica trip.

Genetics Lab: 2018

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 DGN Science for Genetics Lab awarded to Pat Murphy, Erin Flanagan, Ashley Remegi, Lindsay Panopoulos, Matt Weber: $1,270.50 

All Science/Technology/Engineering/Math Grants

  • Raspberry Pi (2018): Erin Flanagan $699
  • Statistical Software (2017): Joann Purcell & Allyson Passarelli $640
  • EKG Vernier Sensors for Anatomy and Physiology (2016):  Jamie Workman & Lisa MacArtney $2,858
  • Human to Human Interface (2016): Jeff Grant, Chris Guerrieri, Erin Flanagan, Jamie Workman & Lisa MacArtney $1,039.36
  • CPO Link Wind Turbine (2016): Mike Heinz $1,360.69
  • STEM Integration in A&P Spiker Boxes (2015): James Workman & Lisa MacArtney $2,195
  • Anatomy in Clay (2015): Karen Eder and Mike Heinz $8,035
  • DNA Replication & Protein Synthesis (2015): Patrick Murphy $1,596
  • Vertical Hydroponic Window Farming (2014): Lisa MacArtney $1,500
  • STEM Interation Neuromuscular Anatomy and Physiology (2014): Jeff Grant & Chris Guerrieri $1,300
  • Electrical Inventioneering (2014): Keith Dvorkin, Chris Conley, Alan Kersey, Chris Nauss, Jeff Grant, Mike Szymanski & Meghan Nauss $1,288
  • Using Vex Robots to Enhance the Engineering Curriculum (2014): Mark Mirandola $9,240
  • Incorporation of Robotics into curriculum (2013): Mike Heinz $9,300
  • Energy Bike (2012): Brian Fudacz $2,500
  • iPods (2012): Scott Parker and Beth Fields $4,399.95
  • SMART Response System (2012): Robert Calder $1,500
  • Arduino Inventor Kit (2012): Keith Dvorkin, Chris Nauss & Alan Kersey $1,439.36
  • SMART Boards (2011): Paul Krick, Mark Mueller & Val Moses-Shaw $1,200
  • Classroom Response System (3 Clicker Systems) (2011): Jon Heldmann & Jill Rose $5,700
  • Student Response System to Improve Science Assessment Practices (2010): Stephen Zownorega
  • SMART Boards, Interactive Student Response Systems, Document Readers and hardware (2009): Kathryn Baal & Lisa Lichtman $9,235
  • Interactive Classrooms Utilizing SMART Boards to Enhance Student Learning in Math, Special Education, English, and Reading (2008): Eric Martzolf, Margaret Murphy & Christopher Mazur
  • Using SMART Boards to Increase Math Students’ Achievement and Engagement (2008): Jonathan Heldmann 
  • Chemistry Laboratory Technology (2006): Brook West & Kara Boyle $1,500
  • Enhancing the Classroom Experience (2005): Kathy Lucynski & Jennifer Wolf
  • The Waterscape (2005): Jeff Grant & Katie Baal
  • Brain Models (2004): Terrance Totz
  • Thermal-Cycler Support (2004): Michael Dennis, Kathy Luczynski, Vera McCabe & Jenny Wolf 
  • District 99 Computer Labs (1996): $30,000