hands on drumsA masterclass will help students learn to express scientific concepts through music and sound.

Masterclass to explore use of music to express scientific concepts

The faculties of science and engineering are offering students a chance to learn how to express relevant scientific concepts through creating sound in a SMArt Communications Masterclass called “Tune into STEM through Music and Sound.”

The four-part, hands-on online workshop is open to UWindsor undergraduate and graduate students and will be instructed by Nicholas Papador, associate professor of music in the School of Creative Arts.

The masterclass is part of a series of workshops giving students an opportunity to learn artistic and creative skills to enhance their communication of topics in sciences, technology, engineering, and math.

The classes will run online 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesdays: May 10, 17, 24, and June 7.

Students will also have the option of participating in an in-person performance on the final day of the masterclass.

The classes do not qualify for course credit, however students will receive a certificate of completion. Science students may use this experience in LEAD Medallion applications. Interested students may register online.

Find more information about SMArt Communications Masterclasses on the program website.

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