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STEMconnector Announces Ted Wells as New President

STEMconnector is excited to share the news that as of December 11th, Ted Wells steps into the role of President, bringing a new chapter of leadership and innovation to the organization. In an email to the STEMconnector community, Pod Network CEO Dr. Webber said, “Ted has been an instrumental force in STEMconnector’s evolution since our inception …

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How Regeneron is Investing in the Next Generation of Innovators

    STEMconnector’s VP of Client Services, Ted Wells learns more about Regeneron’s Science Talent Search from Potoula Stavropoulos, Regeneron’s Director of Social Impact.   TW | STEMconnector:  First, can you tell us a bit about Regeneron and why STEM is so important to the company? PS | Regeneron:  Regeneron is a leading biotechnology company …

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Mentoring Month January 2020

If you’re new to STEMconnector or a longstanding member, you know how important mentoring is to our collective efforts. The act of mentoring others can have far-reaching positive effects for both the mentor themselves as well as the one being mentored. At STEMconnector, we believe wholeheartedly in the value of mentoring and the importance mentors …

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How One Hour of Code Exposure Can Shape a Student’s Life Forever

December 7-13, 2020 marks Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek), an annual call to action designed to introduce K-12 students to computer science, celebrate the contributions of their fellow students and teachers, and create opportunities to inspire the youth of today to pursue computer science. With CSEdWeek in full swing, there’s no better time than now …

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Three Steps to Building Equity in the Classroom

Dr. Katherine Bihr, Vice President of Programs and Education, TGR Foundation, A Tiger Woods Charity The academic year has begun. Back to school shopping was less about clothes and three-ring binders but instead focused on hotspots and laptops. Stress, fear, anxiety – yep, all present. But this school year is different. Very different. What’s particularly …

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Intel Foundation Joins STEM Next Opportunity Fund to Launch Million Girls Moonshot

The Intel Foundation is excited to announce a partnership with the STEM Next Opportunity Fund (the legacy organization of the Robert N. Noyce Foundation), the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and many other technology and philanthropic leaders to launch a nationwide initiative designed to help close the gender, socioeconomic and racial diversity gaps in STEM …

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The Million Girls Moonshot Aims to Close the Gender Gap in STEM

This blog post was written by STEM Next Opportunity Fund STEM Next Opportunity Fund, together with a wide range of technology and philanthropic leaders today launched the Million Girls Moonshot, a transformative, nationwide movement designed to close the gender gap in STEM and re-imagine who can engineer, who can build and who can invent. The …

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Virtual Internships Helped Maintain Abbott’s STEM Talent Pipeline

This is blog was guest-written by our partners from Abbott. Abbott’s high school and college internships have been known to change the trajectories of students’ professional lives. The programming offers career development sessions, networking opportunities, and challenging, real-life assignments – all experiences job recruits need for success. It’s a key part of the global health …

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