The Center for Math, Science, and Environmental Education

The Center for Math, Science, and Environmental Education (CMSEE) was established by Dr. Larry S. Johnson and Dr. Joseph Raab in 1993 to serve Colorado schools by offering programs and services in math, science, and environmental studies. One of the goals of CMSEE is to have math and science taught in a more activity-oriented way. Dr. Johnson, Director of CMSEE, believes that students have a better chance of retaining information if they participate in an activity, rather than have a teacher just tell them the facts. CMSEE is part of the Metropolitan State University of Denver's School of Letters, Arts and Sciences.

 

CURRENT PROJECTS

L.S. Alliance for Minority Participation at Metropolitan State University of Denver (CO-AMP)

Visiting Scientist Program

2014 Summer Science Institute,  Middle School - Program:

2014 Summer Science Scholars, High School Program:

 

MAILING ADDRESS
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Campus Box 24
PO Box 173362
Denver CO 80217-3362

 

LOCATION
Auraria Campus Science Building
Room 1051
Denver, CO 80204

Phone: (303) 556-4519
Fax: (303) 556-5107