STEM News Archive


Summer WISE Program gives girls hands-on STEM experience


Stony Brook University News

Staff

August 13, 2019

The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Honors Program teamed up with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and iCREATE-Division of Information Technology to hold the Summer WISE program, which brought Long Island middle school girls to Ston... Read more


Texas girls in STEM classes share dreams of medicine, space


Education Week

Staff

August 13, 2019

Abilene, Texas (AP) — A city in the sky is nearly impossible.   How would water work? How would its people eliminate waste? What about food or simply not crashing to the ground under the constant force of gravity?   The Abilene Reporte... Read more


Gwinnett schools collaborate for ‘egg’-cellent STEM program


The Atlanta Journal-Constiution

Arlinda Smith Broady

August 13, 2019

Last spring, Archer High School engineering students put their learning to work to help their younger peers at nearby Lovin Elementary. The high schoolers designed and constructed a large chicken coop at the elementary school. Plans also are in place for the engineer... Read more


STEM Read Summer Institute prepares educators to bring books, curiosity to life


Northern Illinois University Today

Staff

August 12, 2019

Melanie Koss donned a headpiece that gave her deer ears, reclined motionless on a couch in the Gabel Hall Learning Center, closed her eyes and played the role of a deceased doe.   And that wasn’t even the strangest sight at July’s NIU STEM Re... Read more


Mount Vernon hosts girls of color coding camp to promote STEM


Patch

Lanning Taliaferro

August 12, 2019

Mount Vernon, NY – New York State Senator Jamaal T. Bailey, Assemblyman J. Gary Pretlow and AT&T New York President Amy Kramer visited the AT&T & NSSA Girls of Color Coding Camp to address the 30 young participants on the importance of girls engagin... Read more


These high school students started a camp to help younger kids discover a love for science


90.5 WESA

Sarah Schneider

August 12, 2019

Twelve-year-olds Sresta Tulasi and Katie Coyne spent hours hunched over a computer diligently testing a code they wrote.   They created a mathematical riddle that prompts the user to determine the “magic number.” The two giggled when the puzz... Read more


Cherokee Schools begins STEM partnership with discovery education


Patch

Kathleen Sturgeon

August 07, 2019

Cherokee Couunty, GA— The Cherokee County School District recently launched a three-year partnership with a global education leader to improve STEM learning opportunities for elementary and middle school students.   CCSD, already recognized nationa... Read more


Inner Banks STEM Center kicks off aviation camp


Washington Daily News

Sabrina Berndt

August 7, 2019

The Inner Banks STEM Center started its high school Summer Aviation Orientation Camp with instructors Jorge Bocanegra, Al Powell and Tom Meeks on Monday, continuing their summer program for high school and middle school students.   The holistic p... Read more


Emerson STEM Day makes a splash


Times-Republican

Adam Sodders

August 04, 2019

The areas of science, technology, engineering and math, collectively called STEM, touch on numerous areas of study and include concepts that can lead to successful careers.   A group of Central Iowa kids, from first- to eighth grades, was exposed to anot... Read more


At a summer program where community comes first, STEM education thrives


EdSource

Sydney Johnson

July 31, 2019

Sometimes engaging students in math and science means hands-on experiments and projects. Other times, it simply means asking how they’re doing that day.   At SMASH Academy, it’s both. Here, high school students participate in five weeks of sc... Read more

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