7 Jan

Education Coordinator Aniketa Shinde received a NASA West Virginia Space Grant Consortium K-12 Professional and Curriculum Development award to organize a 1-day workshop for West Virginia middle school science and math teachers.

The workshop is scheduled for March 16, 2013 in Fairmont and will focus on using the Novint Falcon haptics device and eTouchSciences educational software applications for middle school math and science content. More information can be found .

This project is in collaboration with eTouchSciences and Information Research Corporation, Fairmont, WV.