STEM News Archive

Amesbury students explore science of recycling

The Daily News

Jim Sullivan

October 10, 2019

Amesbury — Students at Amesbury Middle School are getting a good lesson in the benefits of recycling by taking part in the state’s second annual STEM Week later this month.   "There is a federal mandate to get more (science, technology, ... Read more

Summit County students to learn STEM through Soap Box Derby programs

Akron Beacon Journal


October 10, 2019

A program geared to drive students’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math is expanding into several Summit County schools.   The International Soap Box Derby has received a $30,000-grant from the Summit County Community Development ... Read more

Middle-schoolers get hands on science and engineering at YES! conference

The Daily Independent

Aaron Crutchfield

October 10, 2019

One hundred twenty-seven local middle school students got to experience science and engineering first hand at the ninth annual Young Engineers and Scientists! of Ridgecrest conference on Sept. 28 at China Lake.   The students, who came from Murray and Mo... Read more

Robotics team showcases STEM at girls event

The Free Press

Dan Greenwood

October 10, 2019

Mankato— About 20% of the students on Mankato West High School’s eight robotics teams are female. It’s a number that’s been slowly but steadily growing since Mark Zenk began coaching the program eight years ago.   On Thursday nigh... Read more

Kennebunk students learn how to make remote-controlled boats



October 09, 2019

Students in Kennebunk are taking what they're learning in their traditional classes and applying it in a new way. They showed CBS 13 how they're taking their education on the water.   Every other day, students learn how to sodder, cut with specia... Read more

Pine Hill second-graders build on STEM education with Lego kits

Times Standard

Sonia Waraich

October 09, 2019

Rayvn Sovereign, Trinity Muller, Sydney Fisher and Bryce Emmons were absorbed with building a car out of Lego bricks along with the rest of their second-grade class Tuesday afternoon. The kids said they’d love to keep building stuff as they got older and a coup... Read more

California high school adds composites fabrication to curriculum


Hannah Mason

October 08, 2019

A STEM academy recently opened the doors to a brand-new composites fabrication lab, to prepare students for the local aerospace workforce after graduation.   At the beginning of this school year, Knight High School Engineering and Digital Design Academy ... Read more

New after school program in Fishers is targeting kids promoting STEM education

Aleah Hordges

October 1, 2019

Fishers,Ind. (WISH) – Code Ninjas is a new after school program for kids between 7 and 14 years old. It promotes Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education. The students, better known as ninjas, are learning all about coding.   ... Read more

Edgewater Public takes hands-on approach to STEM

The Daytona Beach News-Journal

Cassidy Alexander

October 01, 2019

Students at the southeast Volusia elementary school use virtual-reality computers one minute and a hammer and nails the next, all in an effort to understand the concepts they learn in class.   Fifth graders at Edgewater Public School are growing plants. ... Read more

Rose-Hulman/VCSC STEM partnership benefits students



September 29, 2019

A STEM educational partnership between Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and the Vigo County School Corporation continues to produce benefits that have resulted in improved science skills for the district’s elementary and secondary school students.  ... Read more

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