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Carnegie Science Center for STEM Center support and sponsorship of SciTech Days, where middle- and high-school students connect with scientists and technologists at the center;
PITTSBURGH, March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bayer Corporation announced today that the Bayer USA Foundation has awarded the Carnegie Science Center (CSC) a three-year grant totaling $150,000 to support a range of STEM-related (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) programs, events and competitions at CSC's new Center for STEM Education and Career Development.
PPG Industries Foundation pledged $75,000 to Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh for collaboration with Harley-Davidson Museum on a version of "The Great Color Caper" science show for students in the region surrounding PPG Industries' Oak Creek, Wis.
Initially created by Carnegie Science Center of Pittsburgh with support from PPG, the show teaches students how chemistry affects industry, technology and the environment.
About Carnegie Science Center Carnegie Science Center is dedicated to inspiring learning and curiosity by connecting science and technology with everyday life.
The PPG Industries Foundation sponsored interactive assemblies about color, chemistry and climate change presented recently by Carnegie Science Center of Pittsburgh at 12 schools in Metro Detroit, Through an employee program of the foundation, employees at the PPG Industries Automotive Technology Center in Troy requested grants to bring the science shows to area schools where they have an interest.
We are excited about this advance for our region and what we can learn from it," said Ron Baillie, Co-Director, Carnegie Science Center.
PPG's automotive coating's business recently hosted and sponsored two assembly presentations of "Captain Green's Time Machine" by Carnegie Science Center of Pittsburgh at Hatherly Elementary School in Sterling Heights.