***STEM Club Environmental Committee for your 3rd place win in the Fall 2020 Geothermal Design Challenge. ***
The Antelope Valley is home to one of the largest density concentrations of STEM related workers in the nation... Read more
In order to take advantage of the full services we offer apply to the STEM Program.
The STEM Office at Antelope Valley College was created to foster the study of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). At AVC, STEM incorporates a fusion of ideas and methods from academic fields to prepare our students to further their education goals and develop creative methods of research for our campus community. Located in APL 121A (STEM Office), APL 115 (STEM Lab) and UH 272 (STEM Center of Excellence), the STEM Department has newly renovated spaces where faculty, staff, and students come together to teach, learn, and connect as a community.
We're all about STEM success!
There are a variety of study sessions available to students enrolled in STEM courses (please check your email for times and days), alternately if you are seeking assistance outside of those scheduled times please complete this form and we will get back to you within two school days.
February 27 - Regional Science Olympiad (Virtual Event)
March 2 - New World of Work - Communication Workshop (4:15-5:15pm) [Information and registration link]
March 4 - Virtual Resource Fair (10-11:30am) (Zoom Link)
March 4 - New World of Work - Communication Workshop (4:15-5:45pm) [Information and registration link]
March 4 - UC Davis STEM Transfer Day (Information and registration link)
March 17 - Transfer to CSULB AV Engineering Bachelors Information Session 1 pm (Zoom Link)
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), LA & LV Section - Calendar of Events
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter celebrated its 15th year circling Mars and the Martian satellite photos show dynamic planet | Link Here to article from Scientific American
SOFIA begins science flights from Germany
NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, will conduct its first ever series of science observations from Germany in February and March, 2021.
Aerospace Valley Regional First Robotics Competition
The 2020 event has been suspended for health-safety reasons, but plans for 2021 are underway.
Research could lead to more efficient cellular immunotherapies for advanced cancers
Adoptive cell transfer immunotherapy is one of the most promising new treatments...
NASA Names Headquarters After Its First Black Female Engineer
NASA announced on Wednesday that it would name its Washington, D.C., headquarters after Mary Jackson