Alabama State University and Tuskegee University are joint recipients of a National Science Foundation grant to fund a three-year program to teach science, technology, engineering, and math courses and information and communication technology to students in Montgomery Public Schools and Macon County Schools.
Intercultural understanding through digital exchanges, a crash course on games for learning, and using mobile apps to convert students into "citizen scientists" are three of the topics that will make up the latest round of "mini courses" offered through HP's free Catalyst Academy.
Students in the department of chemistry at New York City College of Technology will have a new tool to help them analyze, graph, and professionally present data.
The College of Engineering at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI has received a $500,000 grant to aid in upgrades to its facilities.
Twenty universities and colleges in Texas are offering summer-time STEM camps to students, thanks to the annual largesse of a state agency in charge of workforce development.
Vincennes University has deployed a paper-based 3D printer cut costs while providing fabrication students with unlimited access to 3D modeling technology.
The Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) project has released an Android app that lets users donate their smart phone's idle computing power to scientific research.
Bandwidth availability and high performance computing is on the rise nationally on college campuses, according to data from the National Science Foundation's latest Survey of Science and Engineering Research Facilities.
The Polytechnic Institute of New York University has launched #STEMNow, a campaign designed to spark a national conversation about science, technology, engineering, and math education and to highlight 16 summer programs at the school.
Seven teams from six universities will take part in NASA's 2014 Exploration Habitat Academic Innovation Challenge.