SPRING 2023 STEM EXPO | May 1-5, 2023
The STEM EXPO recognizes the creativity and contributions of our students and faculty over the course of the semester in the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and seeks to foster alliances with secondary schools, higher education, and private industry in the region.
Our video exhibition highlights student-developed projects that demonstrate the multi-dimensional skills, problem-solving capabilities and talents of our diverse student body. We hope you will be able to visit the STEM EXPO site during this week to see what our students have accomplished.
NEW Spring 2023 STEM EXPO forums are active May 1-5!
No need to sign in — access any time. Comment on projects in the forums! Talk with STEM students and faculty.
Join the STEM EXPO here! →
We invite you to:
- Browse through the pages and watch short videos of student projects in the areas of Science, Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics.
- Presenters will be checking the page once a day to reply to comments and questions.
Take a look at our past STEM EXPO events!
STEM Student Projects Fall 2022 →
STEM Student Projects Spring 2022 →
Two Projects from the MassBay Spring 2020 Virtual STEM Expo
Water Purification by Lydia Tonani, Sean Branagan, Dominick Marascio, Charles Moses, and Huy Huynh
In an attempt to purify water for the population’s use, our project utilizes reforestation, electro flocculation, atomic bond formation and magnetic separation to remove heavy metals.
Fred’s Fish Tank by Megan Lew
An interactive fish tank based on the Strategy pattern created using JavaFX.
Here are just a few of the featured topics:
- Engineering Design with ideas prototyped using a 3D Printer
- Game Programming
- Protein Purification Research
- Quantitative Reasoning and Statistics
Please join us online to find out more about MassBay Community College’s STEM Division in action! Our students and faculty look forward to sharing and discussing their work, and the impact their education at MassBay has had on their lives.