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The Creative Scientific Inquiry Experience (CSIE) is a STEM-related program that connects students with faculty and with community projects through an integrated science curriculum. CSIE also offers a book loan program (for CSIE course textbooks) and free tutoring/mentoring for students.

 

Contact the Program:

~ Office Location and Hours: 501A Science Complex, open 10 am to 2 pm (M-F)

~ Email: csie.info@emich.edu

~ Phone: 734.487.0281

~ Find us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/csieactivity

 

Event Announcement! Thinking Outside the Books: A panel discussion about alternatives to traditional textbooks. February 16 at 4 p.m. in Halle Auditorium (G03). Download the event flyer.

 

You may now download the CSIE Program - Fall 2015 Newsletter!

 

Check out the CSIE courses for Winter 2016:

- CSIE 177: Physics and Engineering as a Career (CRN 26518) - download flyer
- CSIE 277: Surface Water Investigations (CRN 24093) - download flyer

- CSIE 277: Coaching Science Olympiad (CRN 28025) - download flyer

- NURS 500: Advanced Pathophysiology (CRN 25867) - download flyer

 

 

To find info about current CSIE courses, check out our Fall 2015 Schedule (click for info):

Title
Course #
Credit
Day
Time
CRN
Introductory Biology I (option A)
BIO 110
5
MW
11:00am-12:15 pm
15886
Introductory Biology I (option B)
BIO 110
5
MW
5:30-6:45 pm
15887
Introductory Biology Lab I
BIO 110
0
(student choice)
Fundamentals of Chemistry
CHEM 117
3
MW
12:30-1:45 pm
10220
Fundamentals of Chemistry Lab
CHEM 118
1
M
2:00-3:50 pm
10223
General Chemistry I
CHEM 121
3
MW
9:30-10:45 am
11597
General Chemistry I Lab
CHEM 122
1
W
2:30-5:20 pm
11598
Cyanobacteria
CSIE 150L
1
W
1:30-2:20 pm
17527
Scientific Presentation
CSIE 177
1
W
2:20-3:15 pm
12111
Introduction to Physics & Engineering
CSIE 178
2
TTh
11-11:50 am
16352
Groundwater Studies CSIE 277 1 Th 3:30-4:20 pm 17471

 

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