Science. Technology. Engineering. Maths
By Debra Cano Ramos
As freshmen, Alison Cher and Brandon Czellecz enrolled in the “Think Like Einstein” course that gave them insights into science and math disciplines — and motivated them to stick with the rigors of a STEM major.
Today Dublin City University is announcing The Naughton Family Chair in STEM Education.
By Eschool News Staff
ATLANTA – July 22, 2020 – For parents looking for new ways to help keep children learning while outside of the classroom this summer, Georgia Power’s education team has created a series of interactive videos that allow students to discover science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through activities at home.
By Athena Vongalis-Macrow
A recent survey showed that STEM degrees are among the most lucrative for graduates. When you look at the gender breakdown of students entering these fields, it’s about 60% male and 40% female, and at the PhD level the numbers are closer.
By Paul Guggenheimer
Carnegie Science Center has hired two new senior staff members to lead efforts in STEM education and museum experiences.
By Trisha McCauley
ALLENDALE, Mich. — Grand Valley State University is hosting a week-long forum, teaching Michigan educators how to best implement STEM-related courses into middle schools and high schools across the state.