About the Regional Math and Science Center
Grand Valley has been serving the needs of area K-12 schools for several decades and, in 1994, established the Regional Math and Science Center. As part of the statewide Michigan Mathematics and Science Center Network, RMSC collaborates with the K-12 and higher education communities, informal science and governmental organizations, and business and industry to coordinate science and mathematics outreach activities in the West Michigan area. Some of our signature programs include Michigan Science Olympiad, Super Science Saturday, teacher professional learning opportunities, summer activities such as sHaPe health professions camp, and the InterChange newsletter.
Mission and Vision
To provide, promote, and coordinate leadership, programs, and services to inspire and nurture excellence for all in the teaching, learning, and application of mathematics and science.
Math and Science: Excitement in Learning for Success in Living
- Excitement: the key to engaging and inspiring the next generation of mathematicians and scientists toward
- Learning: the means to acquiring the content and process knowledge of these disciplines required for
- Success in Living: as an informed and productive citizenry.
Professor Kin Ma helping at Super STAT-urday
The work of the Center is supported, in part, through a grant from the Michigan Department of Education.