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  • Around the World, Girls Still Face Challenges in STEM Education (U.S. News)

    Around the World, Girls Still Face Challenges in STEM Education (U.S. News)

    AS THE SEVENTH International Day of the Girl is observed on Thursday, experts remind the public that providing a complete education for girls and women worldwide remains a challenge. According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO, girls are still more likely than boys to never enter into a school system, yet countries are committed to closing the gender …Read More
  • Texas A&M team proposes using research stations across U.S. for public STEM education (AgriLife)

    Texas A&M team proposes using research stations across U.S. for public STEM education (AgriLife)

    The general public and scientists are finding common ground at hundreds of biological field research stations across the nation, according to a Texas A&M University and Colorado State University study. In addition to offering logistical and research support to scientists doing field work, biological field stations provide informal science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, learning opportunities to the general …Read More
  • NCCC asking county for $14 million for new STEM Center (Niagara Gazette)

    NCCC asking county for $14 million for new STEM Center (Niagara Gazette)

    Niagara County Community College is asking the county to chip in $14 million toward its planned Science Engineering Technology and Math Center. The project, which calls for over 103,000 square feet of new labs, manufacturing space and greenhouses built beside its C building, comes with a total estimated price tag of $35 million. The NCCC Foundation would chip in $3.5 …Read More

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