STEM Division
STEM Division
Nethery Hall 135
(269) 471-3872

STEM Division 

STEM enables students not only to thrive in the professional STEM community but to contribute to their church community as well. Reflecting the incredible diversity at Andrews University, STEM has students and professors from many different national backgrounds, races, genders, and perspectives. Our departments effectively integrates the scholastic resources and practices of larger state universities into an environment that fosters spiritual development.
As we look forward to growth and improvement, the experience of our students remains paramount. Providing undergraduate research opportunities, access to the latest lab equipment, and collaborative learning space provides a holistic learning environment that activates an excitement for discovery.

Research Opportunities
Andrews University's STEM division offers undergraduate students opportunities to participate in various research projects. Click Biology Research or Engineering Research for examples of what our students have done! An application by a current student should be submitted to the department chair.  Contact your department's administrative assistant for more information on your program.

Highschool Students! Don't miss the opportunity to connect with us at the highly-anticipated annual SciFEST weekend. Find out more here.

Visit the Natural History Museum and rooftop greenhouse at the Science Complex, Andrews University, Price Hall 121 & 4th floor on November 9 from 3:30–…

Join us as David Reitze, LIGO Laboratory executive director, presents on "Gravitational Waves: A Revolution in the Way We Study the Universe."

The sixth annual STEM weekend is coming up—September 19–22, 2019.

This year we have teams traveling from California, Georgia, New Mexico, …

THANK YOU to all the wonderful volunteers who so graciously helped at the Health Tent at the Berrien County Youth Fair last week! Your ministry reached more than…

Once again we are blessed to have the chance to share, in a fun and festive way, healthy living information with those who visit the Health Tent at the Berrien C…

Until now, capturing quality images of galaxies and nebulae using the Celestron 14" telescope at the Kingman Observatory was impossible. 

Come visit the Andrews biology greenhouse, on the fourth floor of Price Hall, from 9 a.m.–noon on Sunday, July 14.

In January, the physics department was very excited to have both a visit and eigen*talk from Danielle Wuchenich, a physics alumna who graduated in 2008. Since …