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By School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.
(Kings Park, NY)— With a record 135 teams and over 2,000 students participating this year, School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.
By Somis School
Participants will construct architectural designs with toothpicks, build miniature-motorized "scribble" machines, explore audio engineering and design 3-D paper art
By Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Grant will support local STEM outreach in the St. Louis Region
By Don Bosco Technical Institute
Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) will host a mathematics competition for fifth through eighth grade students on Saturday, February 7. The 43nd annual event will offer awards for the highest scoring individual and teams.
By The Awesome Foundation - Atlanta Chapter
Bridging the gender-gap in science and engineering related fields
By Uplift, Inc.
Students who do not embrace the 21st century skills that are in demand will be left behind economically as they will be underemployed in low skill jobs or unemployed.
By Arnold Communications
The Virtual High School (http://www.theVirtualHighSchool.org), a non-profit empowering schools with the industry’s best online learning programs, today announced they are accelerating their partnership with The Center for the Advancement of Science in...
By Career Communications Group
Edward Welburn, Vice President of Global Design at General Motors Company was selected to win the Black Engineer of the Year award at the 2015 BEYA STEM Conference, which will take place February 5-7 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington,.
By School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.
Nearly 75,000 High-School Students Worldwide Eager for Inventor Dean Kamen to Unveil 2015 Robotics Challenge. 50 Teams to Attend Local Kickoff Event in Stony Brook
By Akraya, Inc.
Akraya has partnered with Bay Area non-profit Code for Fun, a program dedicated to exposing elementary and middle school-aged children to programming in an interactive way.
By A.G.A.P.E. Green Planet Expo
STEM and Green Sustainability Education Fundraising Dinner at Hotel Figueroa
By Career Communications Group
BEYA is the nation’s largest annual gathering of STEM professionals and leaders committed to increasing minorities in the technology workforce.
By Montana State University
Free lesson plans and resources for teachers cover Montana and Yellowstone science
By DFW Excellerator
Solar cars may be the vehicles of the future and LCA has a solar team, teaching these technologies to middle and high school students
By Academics in a Box
‘The 100% Wholesome Holiday Toy Guide’ highlights toys that inspire creativity and imaginative play
By Don Bosco Technical Institute
Generous Seaver Gift to Bosco Tech Will Provide Scholarships and Financial Aid
By SheHeroes
Series Aims to Inspire Girls by Connecting Them to Role Models in STEM
By Reach for the Stars ~ National Rocket Competition
4-H summer camper Zachary Forte won local rocketry competition at the Challenger Learning Center in Ferguson, Missouri. He joins other Reach for the Stars ~ National Rocket Competition winners to celebrate at Space Camp / US Space & Rocket Center.
By Franklin Foundation
The Foundation is a non-profit philanthropic organization that seeks to protect American Innovation by improving the American educational system by promoting the sciences, mathematics, technology, and engineering.
By CTe Learning
The STEAM educator responsible for this is Jeff Hamlin, who teaches CTE and Engineering at Hutchison HS in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District. HHS Specializes in Career and Technical education.
By StartupHPC
StartupHPC Gathers Technology Visionaries and Startup Experts to Energize Entrepreneurs in the Big Easy
By Executive Mosaic
Executive Mosaic, Tysons Corner, VA November 11, 2014 – GovCon Executive reported on Monday that Lockheed Martin has partnered with the District of Columbia Public Schools for a new grant program aimed at increasing students’ access to science,...
By Rosa S. Raskin & Associates, LLC
Mentoring depends on personal relationships, support systems, national and international collaboration, and commitment.
By Teachers In Space, Inc
Teachers in Space, Inc. Wants You To Join Their SpaceSuit Test Team On Zero G!
By School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.
Competition Showcases Benefits of Robotics Programs on Students, Community
By The DiSTI Corporation
DiSTI’s 5th Annual Duffer Charity Golf Tournament Supports STEM Education Programs for Central Florida K-12 students
By FIRST® LEGO® League
Roanoke, Virginia, (November 5, 2014) -- Virginia Western Community College hosts the FIRST® LEGO® League regional tournament on Saturday, part of an international, K-12, not-for-profit organization founded to inspire young people’s interest and...
By PADT, Inc.
Grants to FIRST Robotics Competitors demonstrate PADT’s commitment to STEM education and participation of underrepresented teams in the 2014-2015 season. Four high school teams across Arizona received cash and 3D Printing services.
By The BioBus
At the BioBase, a state-of-the-art microscope lab, PhD-level scientists inspire students to pursue biology and other STEM fields.
By University of Houston
Lecture to Focus on “Salary, Family, Climate: What Keeps Women Out of STEM Fields?”
By CTe Learning
Helen Hoch, teacher of Burlington High School’s Personal Finance class took advantage of the opportunity to have Steve Waddell, founder of Cte Learning, come and speak to her students regarding entrepreneurship and personal finance.
By DFW Excellerator
Bring your pumpkin and imagination to the Talking Jack-O-Lantern Kidstarter event, Saturday, October 25, 2014 at DFW Excellerator
By FIRST Lego League, WISH Charter,
WISH Charter will host the annual FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) LEGO® League (FLL®) World Class Qualifying Tournament.
By STEM For Kids
Vote Now for STEM For Kids at for Chase Mission Main Street Grant SM at http://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/22025 Why is the vote important? One of the best places to live and do business, Raleigh has seen a significant population...
By WEDU PBS
WEDUPBS, West Central Florida’s primary PBS station, will launch a new monthly series that captures the latest breakthroughs in science, technology and education. WEDU Quest will premiere on Thursday, October 16 at 8:30 p.m.
By Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc. (SEM Link) Math and Science Career Academy celebrates National Chemistry week by conducting hands on chemistry activities with students in urban areas October 20th through 24th
By NanoTecNexus
NanoTecNexus (NTN), a leading nanotech educational organization highly acclaimed for its premier educational and networking forums, announces new partnerships in conjunction with its 10th anniversary on October 23.
By Career Communications Group
General Motors Foundation and FEDI will introduce a New Generation of Women to opportunities in IT and Cybersecurity careers
By Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link, through its Math and Science Career Academy returning as an exhibitor and will be in the “Clorox Zone” at the Bay Area Science Festival’s Discovery Days at A T & T Park on Saturday, November 1st
By Joe Favorito
Lighthearted and Informative Fictional Tale Will Help Kids Enjoy Math Through The Fun Of Sports
By Gracefully Global Group LLC
Multicultural and Bilingual Books and eBooks Showcasing the Positive Contributions of Latino Americans Recognized by the Military Writers Society of America and the Americas Latino Eco Festival
By School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.
School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. (SBPLI) has announced that Ray Donnelly, Carl Meshenberg and Jeffrey Stern have joined the organization as its newest board members. Mr.
By Career Communications Group
Ms. Ragini Saxena, Manager of Sensor Engineering at Northrop Grumman Corporation has been selected to receive Women of Color Magazine’s Career Achievement-Industry award at the 19th Annual Women of Color Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)...
By Career Communications Group
Ms. Deborah Ann Baker, Chief of Staff (EA-6B) at Naval Air Systems Command has been selected to receive Women of Color Magazine’s Career Achievement in Government award at the 19th Annual Women of Color Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)...
By Career Communications Group
Ms. Alicia Boler-Davis, Senior Vice President of Global Quality and Customer Experience at General Motors Company has been selected to receive Women of Color Magazine’s 2014 Technologist of the Year award at the 19th Annual Women of Color Science,...
By WebbyKids
Computer science and programming can be downright intimidating, but not for kids in metro Atlanta, GA. The WebbyKids Computer Club is making it easy and fun for kids in grades 2nd through 5th to learn the building blocks of computer literacy.
By Little Bird Tales
The innovative, e-book generating website for kids now offers Little Bird Lessons, along with hundreds of Common Core aligned templates making Common Core integration easier on teachers and more engaging for students!
By Inkshares.com
Florida-based Author; Space Educator Mike Mongo Says Future Space Jobs Are ‘Go!’—Inkshares Crowdfunding Campaign Launches for ‘Astronaut Instruction Manual for Pre-Teens’
By www.urbantechweekend.com
On Thursday, September 25 through Saturday, 27, 2014,  Natalie Madeira Cofield to deliver Urban Tech Weekend Keynote attendees from across the U.S. will gather in Houston for Urban Tech Weekend 2014.
By Career Communications Group
Career Communications Group, publisher of US Black Engineer and Information Technology, Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology, and Women of Color magazines, will host the Minorities in Energy Initiative, which is scheduled to take place during the.



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