STEM and a Legacy in Science

The power behind the leading-edge science happening at U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases are the minds of our incredible scientists and using that power to inspire others into science is one of our greatest objectives. So, it was no coincidence when Middletown Middle School Science Teacher, and Frederick native, Heather Wilhelm contacted us for assistance.   Read more »

The GEMS Program Student Applications Open on March 1st

GEMS stands for the Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science which is an educational outreach program supported by Fort Detrick, MD. The U.S. Army has funded this free-for-participants program to allow for all students to have the opportunity to explore their Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) interests.   Read more »

STEM Day at the Frederick Fair

The USAMRDC Educational Outreach team attended the STEM showcase at the Frederick Fair on 22 Sept. Kids of all ages were able to learn about different programs throughout Frederick County that are dedicated to sparking an interest in STEM with children as young as kindergarten.   Read more »

AFC Scholars Research Symposium

Army Futures Command believes that tomorrow is worth protecting. This includes the Army's most valuable resource, the expertise and knowledge held by personnel, both current and future.   Read more »

2021 SRF: Highlighting Accomplishments Across Fort Detrick and USAMRDC in a Virtual Environment.

Highlighting accomplishments across Fort Detrick and USAMRDC in a virtual environment.   Read more »

Have a lot of questions about how things work, want to learn more about science, technology, engineering or math? Learn about all our programs, events, internships, scholarships, and much more for students from K-College.


Looking to bring more STEM into your classroom or STEM professional development opportunities? You've come to the right place.

Volunteer and Support

We know you are awesome at your job! Why not share your talents and skills with our future scientists and engineers?

Who We Are

The Outreach and Partnerships Office develops the educational strategy for USAMRDC and is designed to energize students, teachers and the community in STEM. The office provides support, coordinates activities for laboratories and serves as the central clearinghouse for communication of educational opportunities.
STEM is the acronym for the fields of study in the categories of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I apply for internships?
  • How do I know what internships you have?
  • I'm a scientist. How do I let someone know that I'd be willing to participate/volunteer in a program?
Last Modified Date: 15 May 2024