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Where High School Girls Discover Engineering
Women’s College Alumna, Advocate, and Blogger
Although the field of engineering offers women careers that are engaging and interesting, this career has not been a historically popular choice. Understanding why so few women consider a career in engineering is complex and hard to pin down.
Yes, There's Still a Need to Celebrate #WomenInSTEM
Kimberly K. Arcand
Science visualization expert, author, #scitech
Ada Lovelace Day is an opportunity to celebrate women in the STEM fields. Is there still such a need to talk about them? If we look back at a number of attention-grabbing headlines on topics over the past year, there's still a lot to talk about.
Obama: More Women And Minorities Should Take On STEM, And This Student Is Proof
3 Challenges for Engineering in K-12
Diseñadora e Ingeniera (Designer and Engineer)
An engineering curriculum is often thought of as a separate subject, but it doesn't have to be. The reality is that engineers may need psychologists, artists and writers to complement their skills and deliver a project.
How An Urban STEM School Turns Things Around Against All Odds
STEM Education Crucial to American Competitiveness
Chief Education Correspondent, NBC News
I'm a journalist, so not in the business of endorsing legislation, but it is worth exploring why, in an election year marked by very deep divisions on immigration, members of both parties take it for granted that the U.S. needs to look abroad for more STEM workers.
The Best High Schools In America For STEM 2012
DPS Teams Up With Cranbrook Science Center For Hands-On Learning Program
Changing the STEM Equation This Summer
Executive Director, Partnership for Children and Youth
As a leader in driving technological and social innovation, California can lead by example in making STEM teaching and learning a summertime priority.
Obama Hosts White House Science Fair To Encourage STEM Education
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President Obama Moves To Change The Equation On Education, Not 'Waiting For Superman'
Dr. David Washington
Call to Action: Finding Heroes in Science and Engineering
Founder and Organizer, USA Science & Engineering Festival
As a society we have a limited, even poor, image of scientists and engineers. Scientists are frequently depicted as nerdy, eccentric and uncool. So, how do we convince our kids to study science?
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