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SCHE Science Seminars

Below is information for registering for the SCHE Science seminars.

SCHE Science is holding six seminars to introduce students to areas used within the science competitions to which SCHE Science competes.  Each seminar is one and a half hours in length.


Topic Date/Location Description
June 9th
Simrall Hall, MSU
Mrs. Kim Miller will be discussing the various aspects of photography. This will be an introduction to photography, so no experience will be required.
Intro to Programming
June 16th
Simrall Hall, MSU
Dr. Eric Collins will discuss basic programming concepts and how it relates to robotics. This will be an introduction to programming, so no experience will be required.
Word Processing
June 23rd
Simrall Hall, MSU
Dr. Rob Crossler will be discussing how to effectively use a word processor to help design and format documents on a computer.
Intro to CAD (Computer Aided Design)
July 14th and July 21st
Simrall Hall, MSU
Mr. Michael Lane will give an introduction into computer aided design. Topics will be based on the Solid Edge CAD software.  The first seminar will cover 2D design and drafting.  The second seminar will cover 3D design and testing and include making simple 3D parts.
Physics/Engineering in Robotics
July 28th and August 4th
Simrall Hall, MSU
Dr. Eric Collins will be going over the math and science involved in making a robot.
August 18th and August 21st
Simrall Hall, MSU
Mr. Jeff Miller will be discussing aspects of being a leader with a focus on God’s will. Students will cover topics of leadership qualities and practical examples of how to handle situations in a godly manner.


Please register for any seminars you would like to attend. Some seminars will need to contact you with additional information, such as software or supplies if you want to follow along, prior to the session.


SCHE Science Seminar Registration
  •   Photography
      Robot Physics/Engineering
      CAD (Computer Aided Design)
      Leadership Seminars