Storytelling through Film

It’s not the equipment that tells the story; it's you who tells the story.

Read More

KC Area Life Science Institute Annual Dinner (Part 2 of 2)

The generosity and scientific innovation displayed at the event was stunning and a beacon of hope for progress and future generations.

Read More

KC Area Life Science Institute Annual Dinner (Part 1 of 2)

I am glad to be alive at this particular time in human history.

Read More

Science department donating microscopes.

Science is meant to be shared, not kept. In hopes of sharing the joy of science, our microscopes will be donated to Our Lady of Hope Grade School.

Read More

Learning Commons-Early Reflections

At any given time during the day, you can walk through and see students taking advantage of their self-directed time.

Read More

Coding with Hurtados

Given a set of parameters and some basic rules to follow, every student is capable of producing a computational artifact. Check out what the Hurtado Scholars can code. We can't wait to see what they'll come up with next year.

Read More

Student presented at national education conference.

It opened my eye to a lot of the innovation that is happening in the education technology field and get a preview of what the “Classroom of the Future” might look like.

Read More

Solar Eclipse

For many of us, the experience was glowing with science, was a spiritual moment, and was deeply moving.

Read More

Nationally Renowned

Where has the STEAM initiative put Rockhurst on the national map?

Read More

SensED Design Demo Project Proposals

The big demo day is April 13, 2017 at Think Big Partners in downtown KC. I look forward to seeing how students assemble the various pieces of this challenge into final projects.

Read More

Looking at STEM through an Ignatian Lens

As an Ignatian school, we already fulfill the requirements of a STEM school.

Read More

Speaker Space

...when I was watching a lecture being given by one of my favorite modern physicists, Dr. Michio Kaku.

Read More

Lab Tech

...allowing students to really enter the workplace and see what the future of engineering and science has to offer in a fast paced world.

Read More

First Cyclotron in KC?

...when I was watching a lecture being given by one of my favorite modern physicists, Dr. Michio Kaku.

Read More

Science Department is blasting off!

If you haven’t heard, the Science department reached an inflection point and is positively accelerating.

Read More