SMILE received a 2019 University Outreach and Engagement Vice Provost Award for Excellence. SMILE award at 56:25 in linked video.Photo by Stephen Ward.
Teachers play Tiny Oligotrophic game
SMILE Clubs engage in weekly STEM activities and interact with their communities.
SMILE's Middle School Challenge hosted nearly 300 students from around the state.
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High school students from the Nyssa SMILE Club experience how other technology can be utilized with drones, such as cameras. Read the full article from The Argus Observer.
Students at the 2016 High School Challenge made thin, bioplastic films. Here they are testing for the presence of starch.
Over 100 high school students took part in the Challenge which had a bioenergy theme. The students' challenge was to learn about different types of bioenergy, based on four hypothetical communities similar to those found in Oregon.
Nearly 200 middle school students from SMILE clubs across the state participate in the spring Challenge and College Connection Days.
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