The largest professional society for the field of aerospace engineering celebrated its youngest member on LinkedIn last week.
The vision is to build a mentoring pipeline that keeps participants involved from their first camp through college.
With the demand for STEM workers expected to skyrocket, afterschool programs have been ramping up their STEM offerings.
Based on responses to a household survey of more than 31,000 families the report sheds light on STEM learning in afterschool.
The teenager is now a Ph.D. student in electrical and computer engineering at Florida International University.
Thanks in part to the support of Rockwell Automation, more than 300 students have access to new robots, drones, and other STEM tools this summer.
On her path to the 2021 championship moment, Avant-garde was one of 209 national qualifiers and advanced through three levels of virtual competition.
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Young people ages 6 – 16 will receive up to 5 days of technology camp at no cost. The submission launch date for applications is June 19 and ends on June 26.
Dr. Calvin Mackie, the recipient of the 2002 Black Engineer of the Year Award for College-level Education, recently presented a new platform for increasing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) awareness in urban and minority communities. The founder and president of STEM NOLA told the Congressional forum that K-12 teachers need better preparation to be … Continue reading “STEM teachers need incentives and support, says 2002 BEYA Winner for Educational Leadership”