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Seaborg Mathematics and Science Center

The Glenn T. Seaborg Center is dedicated to enriching the knowledge and understanding of science and mathematics in the general public, particularly students and educators from preschool through college, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.


The Seaborg Center is a proud partner of the MiSTEM Network Region 15 which promotes a culture of STEM in Michigan by empowering educators, integrating business and education, and promoting high quality experiences in the STEM.


The Seaborg Center is a proud partner of the Michigan Math and Science Leadership Network which provides leadership, curriculum support, professional development, STEM resources, and direct student services for Michigan schools, educators, and children.

The Seaborg Center hosts many student-focused program during the year such as the U.P. Science Olympiad Regional Tournament, summer fall and winter college for kids, a yearly environmental science camp and more.  <a href="/seaborg/student-programs">More Information</a>All donations to the Seaborg Center are used to support <a href= "http://www.nmu.edu/seaborg/node/23">student programs</a>, such as the U.P. Science Olympiad Regional Tournament and scholarships for the College for Kids program. <a href= "https://payment.nmu.edu/alumni/foundation_cc.php">Donate now</a> or contact the <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/foundation/">NMU Foundation</a>.The Seaborg Center is named after Nobel Laureate Dr. Glenn T.&nbsp;Seaborg, a native of&nbsp;Ishpeming&nbsp;in Marquette County.&nbsp;<a href="http://www.nmu.edu/seaborg/node/11">Learn more about</a>&nbsp;Dr. Seaborg&rsquo;s career and his impact on the science community.

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Seaborg Center906-227-2002seaborg@nmu.edu