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How does that work? What happens next? Inquisitive kids take a hands-on approach to investigating principles of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with Emmy award-winner Dr. Rob Stephenson.
- Season Eight: Episode Viewing and Curiosity Guides
- Season Seven: Episode Viewing and Curiosity Guides
- Season Six: Episode Viewing and Curiosity Guides
- Season Five: Episode Viewing and Curiosity Guides
- Season Four: Episode Viewing and Curiosity Guides
- Season Three: Episode Viewing and Curiosity Guides
- Season Two: Episode Viewing and Curiosity Guides
- Season One: Episode Viewing and Curiosity Guides
Supported in part by
Michigan State University Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU)
Consumers Energy Foundation
More than 80 aspiring young scientists turned out for the Curious Crew casting call held earlier this month. With each child accompanied by parents, guardians, and tag-a-longs, an estimated 200 community members got an inside look at WKAR TV studios during the 3 hours of auditions.
Do you know a child who loves science? Maybe that child could be a cast member on Curious Crew, the children's television show about science produced by WKAR at Michigan State University and seen on PBS stations across the country. The mid-Michigan PBS affiliate is holding an open casting call for children ages 9 to 13 for season nine of Curious Crew, scheduled for production in the fall of 2022.
WKAR Public Media staff have been honored with three regional Emmy® awards by the Michigan Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Mondays beginning May 9 at 5:30pm on WKAR-HD 23.1 | Why do marshmallows expand? How does wind create power? Where does the speed of sound start and end? Explore these questions and more, as Curious Crew returns for an eighth season with ten new episodes.
Mondays beginning May 10, 2021 at 5:30pm on WKAR-TV 23.1 | Why does a sock cling to a sweater? How does a rainbow get its colors? Where does wax go when…
Mondays beginning March 2 at 5:30pm on WKAR-HD 23.1 | Why does a spring, spring? Is spin on a bowling ball a good thing? Where can you find science in a…
Curious Crew honored by National Educational Telecommunications AssociationCurious Crew, the WKAR original science show for kids, was honored with its…
More than 190 inquisitive kids visited the MSU campus on Saturday to audition for season six of Curious Crew, the Emmy award-winning WKAR original series…
Sat. May 18 – Sun. May 19 in Downtown East Lansing | Come visit your friends from WKAR at the 2019 East Lansing Art Festival!Familiar voices from WKAR…
Saturday, April 13 at 3:00pm on the MSU Campus | Join us to learn cool things about science! Join WKARs Education Director Robin Pizzo and the Curious…