How are you going to learn during S.C. STEM Education month?

Experiments for S.C. STEM Education Month

To celebrate S.C. STEM Education Month (March 14 - April 11), Duke Energy Nuclear has partnered with Clemson University and Roper Mountain Science Center to offer virtual STEM activities to elementary and middle-school students.

Explore different activities below:

Last year's virtual STEM activity day was a huge success!

Calling all middle-school students!

Clemson University’s EXPLORE Mobile Lab will bring STEM into your home or school with a fun, virtual activity at 10 a.m. or 1 p.m., Friday, March 26. Students ages 10-14 can participate in an environmental engineering activity led by Clemson University educators and Duke Energy nuclear environmental professionals. 

Choose your session time and register your group now for this free, virtual event. Limited space is available for each session, and materials are required.

Roper Mountain Science Center
We always have a blast with Roper Mountain Science Center!

Are you an elementary-school student looking for a little spark?

Roper Mountain Science Center will conduct its virtual “Arcs and Sparks” program at 10 a.m., Thursday, April 1. Experiments in this hair-raising program will show how electrical energy can be transformed into other kinds of energy and how electricity and magnets are related. With the help of the instructor, participants will learn how to create a human circuit, lift heavy objects with magnets, push or pull objects with electricity and more. 

The registration capacity for this event has been met, and registration is now closed. If you would like to be placed on an email list for future virtual program opportunities, email

These virtual Duke Energy events are posted on the S.C. STEM Education Month website. Check out what else is going on! 


Comments (1)

Posted October 04, 2021 by Sumita Mukherjee
This is such an appreciable initiative as many students are getting engaged in STEM activities. Students found it fun and interesting and at the same time, they learn by experiencing it first hand. I just hope I am not too late to share this with my fellow students.

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