Sweet Briar College Explore Engineering is a program for high school women to learn about mechanical and electrical engineering with hands on projects. Sponsored by AREVA.
The U.S. needs the contributions of all of our thinkers and problem-solvers. By the numbers girls make up more than one-half of our home-grown talent base — the half we have discouraged in STEM/science, technology, engineering and math. In this inspiring talk, education expert Heidi Olinger outlines the four things we must do to engage girls in STEM right now in the Digital Age, when neither girls nor the nation can afford to be STEM illiterate.
Science needs to be about discovery, not rote memorization.
Since 2012, Girls Who Code has grown rapidly. This year there are 1,200 girls in camps across the country. In addition to expanding its footprint in Boston; girls who code added new summer programs in Chicago, Los Angeles, Newark and Washington, DC this summer.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson: "We should not confuse science literacy with passion for science."
ASTRA Joined the first of its kind, Public Safety STEM Career Awareness Day sponsored by The Coalition for Public Safety Training in Schools,(CPSTS, Inc) held Wednesday, July 29 at Prince George’s Community College. The Coalition’s partners including Prince George’s County Public Schools are seeking to build the innovation capacity and inspire public service by focusing on three future focused STEM career fields; specifically,
U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) spoke on the Senate floor about provisions she included in education reform legislation to support science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
The exhibits feature a wide range of artifacts representing American inventions and ingenuity.
In EcoMOBILE, students’ field trip experiences are enhanced by using two forms of mobile technology for science education–mobile broadband devices and environmental probeware.