The Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance, an initiative of the Oklahoma Innovation Institute, announced it is soliciting additional partners to join its coalition to promote science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in Tulsa. Leaders of successful STEM programs and businesses are welcome to join the emerging Tulsa alliance of educators, employers and policy makers working to create a regional impact on the growth of students and jobs in STEM fields.
High Tech High Graduate School of Education recently received a grant from the Walton Foundation to sponsor 12 school leadership fellows for the 14/15 academic year (and 12 more the following year).Because of this grant, school leadership fellows receive free tuition and a $2000 per month living stipend.
MC2 STEM High School Students to Participate in the 2014 United States Science and Engineering Festival
Eleven students have been chosen to represent MC2STEM High School as the Design Squad and participate in the 2014 United States Science and Engineering Festival in Washington D.C.! The Design Squad collaborates with TIES (Teaching Institute for Excellence in STEM) and students worldwide on different projects. We have started this great student lead collaboration between not only MC2 STEM campuses, but nationally!
In late September, Sesame Workshop,launched Little Discoverers, a new "digital destination" for children and parents to engage in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with curriculum will be geared toward a pre-school audience.
TIES Sponsors MC²STEM High School Students and Mobile Fab Lab at USA Science and Engineering Festival
Please join TIES and Ohio's MCÂ²STEM High School Students when they take the Mobile Fab Lab on the road to exhibit at the USA Science and Engineering Festival. Register for a special pre-view on Sneak Peek Friday, April 25, 2014.
Thanks to Key Bank and Cleveland State University for MC2STEM High School juniors and seniors new home at the newly-renovated classrooms in Rhodes Tower.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) introduced legislation to invest in the next generation of American entrepreneurs and innovators by establishing a national network of fabrication laboratories, known as â€œfab labs.â€
Change the Equation announced today four excellent STEM learning programs that are ready to be taken to scale nationwide. The programs selected â€“ Girlstart Summer Camp, Project Lead The Way, ST Math, and Ten80 Student Racing Challenge.
Jens Dyvik is a designer who specializes in global collaboration and local manufacturing. In April 2013 he concluded a two-year research world tour, where he worked in Fab Labs and Maker Spaces, in all corners of the world. His documentary, Making, Living, Sharing chronicles his two year research study.
The Obama administration announced $474.5 million in grants to expand demand-driven skills training and strengthen employer partnerships Congratulations to the 2013 TAACCCT awardees!