Science, Technology, Engineering & Math


GitHub Adds Ruby Nanodegree to Student Developer Pack

In an ongoing partnership with Udacity, GitHub offers its Student Developer Pack members a month of free access to any Nanodegree program.

Vernier, NSTA Technology Awards Go to 7 Educators

The 2016 Vernier/National Science Teacher Association Technology Awards have gone to seven teachers, ranging from one teaching fifth-graders to a college professor.

ASU Wins $10 Million Grant To Develop Digital Science Courseware

Arizona State University’s School of Earth and Space Exploration will receive the $10.18-million grant to build the next generation’s digital learning experiences.

Rochester Institute of Tech To Host STEM Camps for Students with Hearing Disabilities

The Rochester Institute of Technology will host week-long summer camps focused on science, technology, engineering and math for students entering grades 7-9.

Monroe College Plans Tech Challenge To Boost Student Interest in IT

New York's Monroe College will host the Tech Challenge for area high school students next month in an effort to encourage young people who are underrepresented in IT fields to consider careers in technology.



New Vernier System Allows Students To Perform Physics Experiments

The Vernier Dynamics Cart and Track System aims to bring concepts like kinematics and dynamics to life.

New Site Serves STEM News for Students

Students studying science, technology, engineering and math subjects now have a new resource to turn to for news of the latest discoveries in fields that interest them.

MIT Hosts Hackathon for Management Students

Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Sloan School of Management will compete in the inaugural Management Practice Hackathon this week.

U Illinois Expands STEM Mentorship Program

The University of Illinois is expanding a mentorship program, Tech Wizards, designed to teach local students aged 8-17 about STEM topics.

UCLA Researchers Receive Grant for STEM Ed Study

Researchers from the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies have been awarded a $2.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop and study a professional development program to help middle and high school science educators teach their students to argue scientifically.

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