Tags » STEM

Top 21 STEM Colleges Of 2016


Top 21 STEM Colleges Of 2016

The list of STEM schools, whose most popular areas of study included at least 40% in STEM, is topped by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.



Around the world in 3 days

Hello! It’s been a little over a week since I last posted but that’s because I embarked on a journey on Tuesday. No, I didn’t take a plane, much less drive (although I did get a learner’s permit last week. 718 more words


STEM Day at the Iowa State Fair on August 21st

Ignite a passion for learning! Come out and celebrate STEM at the Iowa State Fair. For the price of last-day admission, meet STEM professionals, participate in hands-on activities and learn what Iowa STEM can do for you! 23 more words

STEM BEST RFPs Due September 23

The Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council invites school+business partnerships across Iowa to submit their proposal to establish a STEM BEST model.

Click for INSTRUCTIONS. 64 more words

Development of an Educational Greenspace

I am excited to share about the planning of an educational green-space project starting at Center Grove Middle School North.  Students and staff at Center Grove Middle School North have started working in collaboration with our local community, environmental scientists, and design/construction engineers to develop an educational green-space and restore Indiana native species to an area behind the school.   694 more words

Sally Ride Science at UC San Diego offers STEAM education for middle and high school students

Over the course of three weeks, Sally Ride Science at University of California San Diego has educated more than 400 students in science, technology, engineering, art and math, also known as STEAM, through a variety of hands-on workshops in such topics as the science of earthquakes, space exploration, oceanography, robotics, 3-D modeling, virtual reality and more. 539 more words

Areas Of Interest

Female scientists will brave Antarctica in winter for STEM leadership camp

Seventy female scientists from around the world will brave the harrowing four-day journey from Argentina to Antarctica this month to attend a three-week leadership bootcamp on the continent that will highlight climate change and women in the sciences. 243 more words