Integrating Dine Education Philosophy in Science Classes

Diné Studies PhD student Dana Disiderio is working with Abraham Meles and Irene Ane Anyangwe to bring Diné principles into physics and biology classes.

Soft robotics

Harvard postdoctoral fellow Jeff Rawson is working with Monsuru Ramoni to lead workshops on soft robotics for NTU undergraduates and local teachers – TBD once COVID-19 social distancing is over.

Low-cost electrochemical detection techniques

Thiagarajan Soundappan is working with postdoctoral fellows in the research group of George Whitesides to develop low-cost electrochemical detection techniques for use in the NTU curriculum and for community-based science

Microfluidics and hydrogels in biology

Microfluidics and physical measurements

Professional Development for Students

We gratefully acknowledge funding of VENTURES (Vision for Excellence at Navajo Technical University in Research and Education in STEM) by the National Science Foundation under NSF Award Number DMR-1828012.

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