science

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April 27, 2022 The Importance of Brainshapers

If you remember anything from this blog post, I’ve changed your brain. It’s amazing, really, how an unfathomable organ inside your…

February 14, 2022 Celebrating African Americans in STEM

February can be a hectic month. If you live in the Northern Midwest (like me), the weather is constantly fluctuating between temperate sunlit days and…

September 17, 2021 From After School Cohort to Fulbright Scholar: An Interview with Eli Bieri

Van Andel Institute for Education (VAI) strives to foster a love of learning in every student who walks through our doors. Whether they join us…

March 8, 2021 5 (More) Women in STEM Your Students Should Know

Some time ago, I wrote a blog post called, 5 Women in STEM Your Students Should Know. For a history buff…

May 18, 2020 Take a Stand from Home

Right now, it feels as though we’re all chomping at the bit. The novelty of quarantine has long since worn off and everyone just wants…

April 27, 2020 Running the Marathon

You may have guessed this from the title, but I’m a runner. I started running almost 10 years ago after a friend invited me to…

April 13, 2020 Preventing the Spread: Small Ways You Can Save Lives

I believe if this quarantine has taught us anything, it’s the importance of small things. A handshake, grabbing coffee with friends, attending class, or even…

April 6, 2020 5 Home Activities for Remote Learning

It’s been almost a month since many of us began to shelter in place and odds are your “To-Do” list is running a little low.…