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By MATHCOUNTS Foundation
The MATHCOUNTS Foundation announces Bhupinder Singh, senior vice president at Bentley Systems, as its new Chair of the Board of Directors. Singh, who has been a member of the MATHCOUNTS Board since 2011, will serve a one-year term as chair.
By Career Communications Group
Feature Article Highlights Work by Michael Huerta and the FAA
By ChartaCloud Technologies
Featuring the introduction of "MEDi", the Humanoid Robot for Pediatric, Medical, and Dental Care; "NAO", the Robot Transforming STEM Education; and The Impact of Predictive Analytics Solutions known as 'Big Data'
By don bosco technical institute
The ASM Materials Education Foundation and its Teacher Award Committee have named Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) instructor Jim Curiel as the recipient of the 2015 Kishor M. Kulkarni Distinguished High School Teacher Award.
By Career Communications Group
Event Scheduled October 15-17 at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
By Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc. (SEM Link) kicks off its 10th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, August 1st celebrating 10 years of exposing youth to STEM and STEM Careers.
By Reach for the Stars ~ National Rocket Competition
The four winners in the 9th annual Reach for the Stars ~ National Rocket Competition have been determined. Winners’ celebrations will be held in October at Space Camp at the US Space & Rocket Center, Alabama.
By Cybervation
Cybervation’s Purba Majumder Founded CoolTechGirls to Encourage More Young Girls to Explore Tech Careers
By SciStarter
$50,000 grant from Youth Learning as Citizen Environmental Scientists enables SciStarter to recruit, train, and equip youth STEM research
By ISKME
Education non-profit ISKME works in partnership with Granite State College to accelerate instructional expertise and leadership among K-12 librarians and educators.
By Peck Training Group
Companies need to find leaders and managers at the earliest point in a business relationship in order to be competitive. Peck Training Group’s one-day training program will enable managers to hire the right candidate for today and tomorrow’s job.
By Transmosis
Focus on Training Underserved Groups into Careers in Technology - Call for Start-ups
By Icarus Interstellar
International Deep Space Summit presents “Interstellar Hackathon” Icarus Interstellar to convene Deep Space Scientists, Advocates in Philadelphia, PA this fall
By NanoTecNexus
NanoTecNexus (NTN) Learning Group, an award-winning nanotech educational organization that invests in the industry/academia/K-12 ecosystem, today announced its lineup of interns for 2015.
By Zaniac Miami
Curriculum Designed to help turn today’s young thinkers into tomorrow’s leaders
By Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc. (SEM Link) partners with African American Museum and Library at Oakland (AAMLO) to host a Science Fiction Arts and Film Festival for families on June 12th and 13th at AAMLO
By EducationCloset
New online professional development opportunity brings teachers STEM, STEAM and Arts Integration information from the convenience of home.
By ISKME
Sponsored by ISKME and 23andMe, the Award Highlights Use of Personal Genetics to Teach Life and Social Science
By West Sound Academy
West Sound Academy (WSA) has received a $36,000 grant to create a Technology Center to expand Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) instruction for WSA students and the broader Kitsap community.
By The Help Group
The Help Group’s Village Glen School team, known as Knightrise, are heading to St.

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By MATHCOUNTS Foundation
The MATHCOUNTS Foundation announces Bhupinder Singh, senior vice president at Bentley Systems, as its new Chair of the Board of Directors. Singh, who has been a member of the MATHCOUNTS Board since 2011, will serve a one-year term as chair.
By Career Communications Group
Feature Article Highlights Work by Michael Huerta and the FAA
By Career Communications Group
Baltimore, MD– Career Communications Group (CCG) today announced the launch of Career Center, a new online career center designed specifically to connect employers and talent in the STEM industry.
By ChartaCloud Technologies
Featuring the introduction of "MEDi", the Humanoid Robot for Pediatric, Medical, and Dental Care; "NAO", the Robot Transforming STEM Education; and The Impact of Predictive Analytics Solutions known as 'Big Data'
By don bosco technical institute
The ASM Materials Education Foundation and its Teacher Award Committee have named Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) instructor Jim Curiel as the recipient of the 2015 Kishor M. Kulkarni Distinguished High School Teacher Award.
By Career Communications Group
Event Scheduled October 15-17 at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
By Career Communications Group
Delia Grenville will be awarded at the 2015 Women of Color STEM Conference
By Waterbury Regional Chamber
Dave Krechevsky, former business editor with the Waterbury "Republican American" newspaper has joined the staff of the non-profit organization
By Museum of Design Atlanta
MODA Partners with The Children's School to Offer the Innovator’s Playground Mobile Edition
By Her Own Words, LLC
Apprenticeships May be Good Alternative to Traditional Schooling
By Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc. (SEM Link) kicks off its 10th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, August 1st celebrating 10 years of exposing youth to STEM and STEM Careers.
By Reach for the Stars ~ National Rocket Competition
The four winners in the 9th annual Reach for the Stars ~ National Rocket Competition have been determined. Winners’ celebrations will be held in October at Space Camp at the US Space & Rocket Center, Alabama.
By Cybervation
Cybervation’s Purba Majumder Founded CoolTechGirls to Encourage More Young Girls to Explore Tech Careers
By Career Communications Group
US Black Engineer and Information Technology (USBE&IT) magazine’s Back to School Internship issue provides students with invaluable resources they'll need to find the perfect STEM internship or career.
By Science Cheerleader
Free book helps cheerleaders, coaches, students and science teachers grasp the scientific principles that make elaborate cheers and stunts possible
By Career Communications Group
Festival takes place from April 16-17, 2016 in Washington, DC
By Institute for Life Sciences Collaboration
As of July 1st, the Institute for Life Sciences Collaboration (ILSC) will manage and further develop the Small World Initiative (SWI).
By SciStarter
$50,000 grant from Youth Learning as Citizen Environmental Scientists enables SciStarter to recruit, train, and equip youth STEM research
By ISKME
Education non-profit ISKME works in partnership with Granite State College to accelerate instructional expertise and leadership among K-12 librarians and educators.
By Guidecraft
Toy and Furniture company, Guidecraft, creates digital world building appeal in physical form, with its new soft-touch plastic construction toy, IO Blocks™
By Gumstix
Gumstix® Announces Partnership With KIPR and its Botball® Educational Robotics to provide the next generation platform for standards-based robotics education.
By STEMpact
STEMpact works to develop exemplary teachers who provide high impact STEM learning experiences
By Peck Training Group
Companies need to find leaders and managers at the earliest point in a business relationship in order to be competitive. Peck Training Group’s one-day training program will enable managers to hire the right candidate for today and tomorrow’s job.
By Transmosis
Focus on Training Underserved Groups into Careers in Technology - Call for Start-ups
By Studica, Ltd.
Studica Ltd. and Pitsco Education have partnered to bring hands-on STEM learning products and curriculum to schools throughout the United Kingdom and Canada.
By Icarus Interstellar
International Deep Space Summit presents “Interstellar Hackathon” Icarus Interstellar to convene Deep Space Scientists, Advocates in Philadelphia, PA this fall
By NanoTecNexus
NanoTecNexus (NTN) Learning Group, an award-winning nanotech educational organization that invests in the industry/academia/K-12 ecosystem, today announced its lineup of interns for 2015.
By Zaniac Miami
Curriculum Designed to help turn today’s young thinkers into tomorrow’s leaders
By UC Davis
Relative Growth Rates Documented by UC Davis Scientists for Project MERCCURI Are “Encouraging” for Long-Term Manned Spaceflight
By Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc. (SEM Link) partners with African American Museum and Library at Oakland (AAMLO) to host a Science Fiction Arts and Film Festival for families on June 12th and 13th at AAMLO
By Oakland University
The students visited laboratories in Oakland University's Engineering Center, where they worked with various industry tools and software.
By LightUp
Newest LightUp Kit Teaching Kids to Code Available Now on Kickstarter
By Career Communications Group
Career Communications Group (CCG) will be hosting its 20th Annual Women of Color STEM Conference October 15-17 in Detroit, Michigan at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center.
By EducationCloset
New online professional development opportunity brings teachers STEM, STEAM and Arts Integration information from the convenience of home.
By don bosco technical institute
Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) will host its baccalaureate and commencement exercises for the graduating class of 2015 on Friday, June 5, at 5:00 p.m. on the school campus.
By don bosco technical institute
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) is establishing a high school chapter on the campus of Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) in cooperation with Cal Poly Pomona’s student chapter. Membership in Bosco Tech’s SHPE Jr.
By Career Communications Group
Baltimore, MD - The Foundation for Educational Development, Inc.
By ISKME
Sponsored by ISKME and 23andMe, the Award Highlights Use of Personal Genetics to Teach Life and Social Science
By West Sound Academy
West Sound Academy (WSA) has received a $36,000 grant to create a Technology Center to expand Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) instruction for WSA students and the broader Kitsap community.
By Sacred Heart School Kingston
Sacred Heart School (www.sacredheartkingston.com), a private, Catholic, co-educational school for students in preschool through grade 12, is proud to announce that a research paper co-authored by chemistry teacher Greg Morehouse of Taunton, Massachusetts.
By Ford Motor Company Fund
Event to honor late inventor Elijah McCoy; CODE2040 founder Laura Weidman Powers; and Lotus 1-2-3 developer Mitch Kapor and his wife, Freada Kapor Klein, social activist
By Sylvan Learning Centers - San Jose
Local “Find Your Edge” Event Offers San Jose Children the Chance to Explore Robotics, Coding, and Accelerated Math to Support the Launch of Sylvan EDGE
By Career Communications Group
Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology (HE&IT) magazine will feature “Top Latinas in Information Technology” and “10 Women Making it in IT” in its upcoming spring issue.
By Sylvan Learning Centers - San Jose
Robotics, Coding and Math Edge Courses Help Kids Get an Edge
By The Help Group
The Help Group’s Village Glen School team, known as Knightrise, are heading to St.
By SEM Link Inc
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc (SEM Link) through its Math and Science Career Academy hosts 8th Annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematic (STEM) Career Fair & Exhibition to expose K-12 students to STEM Careers.
By XLR8-Lynchburg Regional Governor's STEM Academy
The twenty-three (23)senior students from XLR8- Lynchburg Regional Governor’s STEM Academy will present on their internship experience with regional industry mentors followed by a luncheon on Friday, May 1st, 2015 from 8am – noon.
By Education Technology Partners
Code RED Education and Education Technology Partners Announces Strategic Partnership to Prepare Students for a World of Unlimited Opportunity in STEM
By Directions Training
Employees from Directions Training, an Chicago-based IT and professional development training company, spent the morning of March 18th demonstrating business skills for 19 Chicago Public School (CPS) students.
By Yaskawa Motoman
Dayton, OH — Yaskawa Motoman is pleased to introduce its newly designed STEM* Robotics Platform for education, workforce development and industrial robotics certification programs.


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