After a two-year hiatus, Texas A&M University's SMaRT Camp for high school math students is back.
A company that provides online training for engineering and design topics has opened up its school grant application process for the 2016-2017 school year.
A cyber security program sponsored by the National Security Agency has wooed 23 students to attend a six-week course at the University of California Berkeley.
A group of low-income, first generation high school students in Pennsylvania have completed a six-week summer research project at Penn State University.
Three teams of engineering students created solutions to challenges involving medicine, space and health to win top honors in the Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge Design Contest.
A UC Berkeley research team will be using a second grant from the Institute of Education Sciences to expand on prior research that created online assessments for Next Generation Science Standards.
Students in Arkansas now can gain real-world skills in coding and computer science, thanks to a new partnership between the University of Central Arkansas and Metova.
A $3 million grant from a foundation in North Carolina will be dedicated to programs intended to improve the quality of life for men and boys of color in the state of Kentucky.
On Saturday, June 4, the MIT Lincoln Laboratory held a one-day, hands-on workshop for 40 high school girls to teach them introductory camera physics and technology.
New York University's Tandon School of Engineering will launch its fourth annual STEMNow program this week in an effort to inspire excitement about science, technology, engineering and math among K-12 students.