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By Urban Tech Weekend
National Conference gears up to present a weekend of resources and Empowerment in Houston, Texas in September 2014. Registrations, Booth Exhibits and Call for Presentations is now Open.

By Discover Science 4 Kids
A combination of Top Chef and Shark Tank will have kids at Nap Ford Community School innovating new products and thinking like entrepreneurs.

By Career Communications Group
2014 Women of Color STEM Conference will host influential STEM leaders

By Destination Science
National day camp launches photo contest to teach kids about ubiquity of science

By Don Bosco Technical Institute
Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) will host its baccalaureate and commencement exercises for the graduating class of 2014 on Friday, June 6, at 6:00 p.m. on the school campus.

By NBITLO - Urban Tech Weekend
Presentation proposals accepted today through July 1, 2014 - Early Registration is now Open.

By Academics in a Box
The ‘Lunar Launch’ box wins silver in the Spring 2014 Toys list

By East Valley Engineering for Kids
STEM enrichment provider seeking photos of Lego and science projects, videos

By See The Change USA
American Association of University Women Recognizes Horvath’s Role in Inspiring the Sciences

By SEM Link Inc
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc. (SEM Link) brings hands on STEM activities to the Fourth Annual “Reading Bonanza in the Park” at Bell Street Park in East Palo Alto on May 17

By Montana State University Extended University
Montana State University offers a series of summer online graduate courses for science teachers and informal STEM educators.

By Don Bosco Technical Institute
Several Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) students have been selected to participate in exciting summer internship programs, sponsored by the Boeing Company and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), that will have them working under the...

By Academics in a Box
The ‘Einstein in a Box’ product will now be called ‘Groovy Lab in a Box’

By Yaskawa Motoman
DAYTON, OH — Yaskawa Motoman celebrated National Robotics Week by inviting student groups to take facility tours, speak with automation professionals about future job opportunities and interact with live robotics demonstrations.

By Christopher Columbus Awards
Students from the team www.tunnelsavers.com designed a comprehensive Hurricane survival plan for residents, developed a flood protection system for our infrastucture (Holland Tunnel), and for keeping garbage out of our tunnels and off our streets.

By Career Communications Group
CONTACT: Imani Carter icarter@ccgmag.com 410-244-7101 Diverse media company, Career Communications Group, Inc. has released the names of top supporters of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).

By Susan M. Riley
New book provides practical resources for teachers in helping close student achievement gaps

By DreamQuest Games
Christopher Williamson, DreamQuest Games owner and lead instructor, explains that he was inspired by President Obama’s State of the Union call-to-action in getting boys and girls excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM): “I...

By Imaginarium Science Center
“Underwater Wonders” an extraordinary evening benefiting the Imaginarium Science Center and area children

By SCIENCE FUN For Everyone!
The Volunteers, Scientists & kids had a BLAST this week at the SCIENCE FUN For Everyone! Science Lab attending the “High Tech Inventors” & “Blast from the Past” science sessions and ending the week with a giant, Xploda-Soda Experiment!

By Applexus Technologies
Applexus Technologies sponsored team Syntax Error 42 at the FTC West Super-Regional Championship Tournament held at Sacramento, California, on March 20-22, 2014

By Miss Science
Students and teachers at the Nap Ford Community School are challenged to become entrepreneurs through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) innovations.

By Technology Alliance Group for Northwest Washington
Search for replacement Executive Director will commence on April 7

By Don Bosco Technical Institute
Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) and the City of Rosemead will host the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life at the athletic track of Rosemead High School from 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 12 to 9 a.m. Sunday, April 13.

By Rutgers University
Technology Makes New Jersey a Leader in Nanoscale Materials Imaging for Research on Biomaterials, Cancer, Neurology, Energy, Communications and Advanced Computing

By The Shodor Education Foundation
Dr. Robert Panoff, Executive Director and Founder of Shodor Education Foundation, received the SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contribution to Computer Science Education during the 2014 SIGCSE Technical Symposium held in Atlanta, GA, March 5-8, 2014.

By IT'S ABOUT TIME®
IT’S ABOUT TIME®, the pioneering STEM education publisher, on Wednesday announced its debut list of "The Top 10 Game-Changing Edupreneurs to Watch in 2014." The announcement comes one week before more than 10,000 educators and edupreneurs from across...

By IT'S ABOUT TIME®
Leading STEM education publisher set to co-sponsor Museum of Science gala, and host 12 essential workshops, pre-conference tweetchat

By Imaginarium Science Center
Discounted tickets for the Imaginairum’s premier fundraiser are now available through March 26!

By Vital Link of Orange County
Hands-on opportunity for students to explore careers in science, technology, engineering, math and the arts to be held April 11-13 at the OC Fair & Event Center, in partnership with OC Fair Imaginology

By greeNEWit
greeNEWit is delivering energy education to schools on military bases with the help of the DoDEA STEM College and Career Marathon Project grant.

By NanoTecNexus, Inc
Debuts "Do You Nano?" Campaign at the USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, DC

By Aerolite Meteorites, LLC
After three successful seasons as star of the hit Science Channel series Meteorite Men, science celebrity Geoff Notkin has stepped into a new role as host of the educational TV show The STEM Journals.

By DreamQuest Games
Local game developer, DreamQuest Games, will be greatly expanding their STEM-focused Video Game Design Camps as well as adding cutting-edge game technology including Virtual Reality (VR).

By Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc
Apr 26-27: SEM Link to Exhibit at the USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo in Washington, DC, a Free Event to Inspire Kids to Explore STEM Careers Superbowl of STEM to Draw Tens of Thousands to Convention Center

By International Women's Think Tank
"Technology Leadership in the 21st Century Global Economy" - An International Women's Day event in partnership with Georgia State University, March 8, 2014.

By Aerolite Meteorites, LLC
World-renowned meteorite expert Geoff Notkin lived up to billing as one of the most sought-after and respected meteorite dealers during the 2014 Tucson gem show.

By Ranken Technical College
Ranken Technical College and STL Nerdy Girls Host Free Livestream of Take the Lead Challenge Launch

By NanoTecNexus
Recovering from Acteva Scam poses challenges to STEM program

By Riverpoint Academy
Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction will visit the Mead School District February 24th to present Riverpoint Academy with the STEM Lighthouse Award.

By Riverpoint Academy
Riverpoint Academy announced that Regan Drew has been selected to be one of seven recipients of the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation’s newly launched Allen Distinguished Educators (ADE) program.

By Riverpoint Academy
Apple Computers awards Mead’s Riverpoint Academy the Apple Distinguished School designation.

By Don Bosco Technical Institute
Because of Don Bosco Technical Institute’s (Bosco Tech’s) focus on science and engineering, National Engineers Week is a major event on the school’s Rosemead campus.

By Academics in a Box
Partnership will provide STEM-based, ‘science is fun’ philosophy to more elementary-age students

By SEM Link Inc
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc.'s (SEM Link) Math and Science Career Academy hosts 4th Annual San Francisco Bay Area Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematic (STEM) Career Fair & Exhibition to expose K-12 students to STEM

By Florida Advanced Technological Education Center
FLATE the National Science Foundation Center of Excellence in Manufacturing at Hillsborough Community College in Brandon congratulates 160 women who will be receiving the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Award.

By Aerolite Meteorites, LLC
In December 2013, Astronomy magazine described meteorite expert Geoff Notkin as a “science popularizer,” and the moniker fits:  with new interviews, television filming and personal appearances in early 2014, Notkin continues to share his...

By Career Communications Group
Adrian J. Webb, Senior Engineer-Design, Caterpillar, Inc., has been selected to win the Dean’s Award at the 2014 BEYA STEM Conference, which will take place February 6-8 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C.

By Entrusted Legacy
Long-time supporter of after-school starts venture with local non-profit

By Career Communications Group
Robyn De Wees, Director, Northrop Grumman Corporationhas been selected to win the Corporate Promotion of Education award at the 2014 BEYA STEM Conference, which will take place February 6-8 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C.




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