Articles about stem education


Math for America

Last updated: 06/20/2018

Organize and coordinate virtual and in-person meetings and travel arrangements Manage the Executive Director's busy schedule and high-volume outlook calendar Organize and prepare e

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Brittany Bishop – STEM Super Youth Advocate – Washington STEM

Last updated: 06/17/2018

Growing up, I was always a curious child. When I was in first grade, I remember finding my older brother’s build-your-own radio kit stashed away in the back of a closet. Assuming

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Girls Blazing a Way for a Future in Computer Programming

Last updated: 06/15/2018

Girls Blazing a Way for a Future in Computer Programming June 11, 2018 Home » Girls Blazing a Way for a Future in Computer Programming Editor's note: This article is cross-posted

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Five Fast Facts about Physicist Chien-Shiung Wu

Last updated: 06/15/2018

It’s Women’s History Month on Energy.gov. During the month of March, we’re highlighting the great contributions to science, technology, engineering and mathematics or STEM fi

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More than robots: Inspiring STEM education and life skills via robotics

Last updated: 06/12/2018

Nearly 70,000 people cheering for their favorite teams, bleachers filled with signs and costumes, and fans gushing over game highlights and strategic execution. This was the scene

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Pflugerville Public Library

Last updated: 06/10/2018

Established in 1989, The Robot Group’s mission is to promote technology through robotics. We are a group of robotics enthusiasts, from all walks of life, who build robots for fun

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Unlocking STEM Pathways for All Students

Last updated: 06/08/2018

What do you think of when you hear the word "gateway?" Is it a promising image, perhaps an invitation to a lush garden? Is it a forboding one, conjuring up the image of a heavy loc

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Is STEM getting ‘IT’ right for female students?

Last updated: 06/06/2018

March 8th was memorable for many reasons. Not only was it International Women’s Day, but Meghan Markle made one of her first official public appearances with her future husband,

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Want students to gain confidence in science? Try letting them dress the part.

Last updated: 06/03/2018

Want students to gain confidence in science? Try letting them dress the part. | News & Observer Legals Sue Breckenridge, former executive director of the North Carolina Business Co

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Where are all the women in engineering? A female engineering student answers.

Last updated: 06/01/2018

The United States has traditionally produced the world’s top engineers — the vast majority of them men. A 2012 report by the   Congressional Joint Economic Committee said tha

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