STEM News Archive


Girls Rule technology camp teaches computer science


TimesNews

Rick Wagner

June 19, 2019

Blountville — From learning the basics of electrical circuits to operating a computer-controlled caterpillar, computer science was front and center for some area rising fifth-, sixth- and seventh-grade girls this week.   The girls also got to take ... Read more


Mobile STEM museum ignites excitement for knowledge in Robstown


Caller Times

Victoria Camarillo

June 18, 2019

Robstown—The sounds of whooshing air, whirring wheels and shouts of “Cool!” filled a miniature science museum in Robstown Tuesday morning.   The Robstown Independent School District requested the Trailblazer mobile museum for its 21st C... Read more


New STEM Initiative Sends 200 South LA Students to World-Class, Summertime Tech Camps


Yahoo Finance

Staff

June 18, 2019

Los Angeles, June 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- "Coding Our Future LA," a groundbreaking collaboration between leaders in tech education, philanthropy and the Los Angeles community, will provide free, week-long STEM camps this summer for 200 students from the So... Read more


Fort Smith Girl Scout partners with school district for ‘STEM Sisters’ conference


Times Record

Jadyn Watson-Fisher

June 08, 2019

Seventh-grade girls had an opportunity this week to participate in the STEM Sisters Conference, hosted by Fort Smith Public Schools and local Girl Scout Mattie McLellan.   “I really wanted Fort Smith girls to have this experience, have a really mea... Read more


New STEM school center combines gaming, Air Force training


Dayton Daily News

Sara Hagan

June 08, 2019

The Dayton Regional STEM School has opened the doors to a 30,000-square-foot building expansion that includes educational outreach center for gaming software and programming aimed at Air Force training.   The STEM School and the Air Force Research Labora... Read more


Community outreach inspires interest in STEM for kids


Penn Today

Erica K. Brockmeier

June 05, 2019

Last Saturday, the hallways and labs of Chemistry 1973 were the setting for an engaging STEM educational experience for children in the Greater Philadelphia community.    Activities for Community Education in Science (ACES), founded by Penn chemistr... Read more


Program focuses on training teachers on computation and STEM


The Tomahawk

June 05, 2019

JOHNSON CITY – Twelve teacher candidates from East Tennessee State University’s Clemmer College will spend the upcoming year as student teachers in a new curriculum that focuses on incorporating computation and digital learning with STEM and language ... Read more


Springdale students connect over drone education


WRAL.com

Dave Perozek

May 27, 2019

SPRINGDALE, ARK. — Girls at the Tyson School of Innovation not only are learning how to program and fly drones, they're going into elementary schools to teach younger girls how to do it as well.   "Coding Takes Flight" is run by sever... Read more


Jasper School District STEM labs to offer ‘endless possibilities’


Bluffton Today

Shellie Murdaugh

May 24, 2019

While it was once considered wrong to write on your desk, the newly opened STEM Innovation Labs on both Jasper County School District campuses encourages students to do so while interacting with one another.   “Students can write on the tabletops, ... Read more


Citgo kicks off ocean ambassador program to boost STEM education


MySanAntonio.com

Marissa Luck

May 23, 2019

Houston's Citgo Petroleum is giving a boost to STEM educators by sponsoring two Texas teachers and two others to learn more about ocean science by sailing abroad a research vessel to explore sea caves and submerged shorelines.   The annual Nautilus A... Read more

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