Towsley Research Support

The Towsley Endowment provides financial support for Carleton students working with Carleton science and math faculty on campus (or in the field) during summer and over winter break.

Provost’s Resources for Teaching & Research

These resources from the provost’s office can support teaching and research.

Displaying Art in the STEM Complex

This form is for faculty looking to display art pieces within the science complex (Anderson, Hulings, or Olin Hall.) After submission, the STEM Program Manager will review your form and send a follow-up message.

Class of 1969 Makerspace & Instrument Shop

Carleton’s Makerspace features high-tech tools such as 3D printers, 3D scanners, and computer-controlled paper cutters, as well as ordinary, useful supplies such as Legos, foam, fabric, and glue guns.

The Instrument Shop provides mechanical design and build services to meet your teaching, learning, and research apparatus needs.

FOCUS Program

FOCUS is a curriculum-based cohort program for students interested in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) from groups historically under-represented in the maths and sciences (based on gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic background, first-generation status, disabilities, etc).

FOCUS supports students through their entry into science/math study at Carleton by creating a cohort of peers who enroll in classes together (in so far as this makes sense), meet regularly in a colloquium throughout the first and second year, and have opportunities for work-study in the sciences.

Quantitative Resource Center

The Quantitative Resource Center provides support to faculty who teach quantitative skills and reasoning across the curriculum. Support is provided through multiple avenues.

Office of Sustainability

The Office of Sustainability seeks to advance sustainability through our operations, education, and community engagement.

Science Education Resource Center (SERC)

The Science Education Resource Center was founded to improve education in the Earth sciences and beyond. Today, they support educators by hosting transformative workshops, conducting research to develop effective pedagogy, and sharing resources. They also provide partners with a place to find collaborators for their projects.