STEM/STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and the Arts


Texas A&M Student Competition Tackles Issues in K-12 STEM Ed

Texas A&M University recently held Aggies Invent, a two-day initiative set to go nation-wide that, this year, asked students to come up with solutions to challenges in K-12 STEM education.

Dremel Launches 3D Printing Ecosystem

Dremel, a company generally known for manufacturing tools, has developed a STEM education program to integrate 3D printing into the classroom.

Samsung Drills into STEM and Teamwork

Computer-maker Samsung Electronics has teamed up with two education technology companies to make systems especially targeted for STEM and collaborative learning scenarios.

Vernier Unveils Sensor Interface for Multiple Devices

Vernier has launched LabQuest Stream, a sensor interface with wireless and USB connectivity designed for use with multiple devices, including Chromebooks, PCs and mobile devices, in STEM classrooms.

President Calls on Country to Deliver CS Education to All Students

President Obama said he wants to see a stronger commitment to computer science in American schools, and he's laid out a new initiative to make that a reality.

Stratasys Debuts 3D Printing Modules for Middle and High Schools

Stratasys has introduced seven 3D printing education modules for middle and high schools. The company will release the modules between January 2016 and the end of the school year.

Minnesota ED Taps Partner To Enhance STEM Ed

The Minnesota Department of Education has selected a partner to provide an online learning platform and technology curriculum for STEM education in 200 high schools across the state.

mISSion imaginaTIon Challenges Students To Solve Space Travel Problems

A quiz and a challenge from NASA and Texas Instruments will let middle and high school students come up with solutions to problems involved with long-term space travel.

Competition Seeks Top Young Scientist

The annual quest for America's best young scientists is underway. Discovery Education and 3M have opened the latest competition, a multi-stage event intended to identify the "top" young scientist.

Inspiring the Next Gen of Tech Workers

It has been called "America's persistent problem": not enough skilled workers to fill millions of job openings. Now some high-tech companies are acting with an eye toward the future with programs and events aimed at K-12 students and educators.

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