We are already passionate about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), but what's the best way to spark that fire in the next generation? How can we help them become the innovative machine builders and control engineers of the future? "STEM to the Core" explores the initiatives and ignites the debate about how to do STEM right. Join the conversation.
The latest report from the National Academy of Engineering and National Research Council shows that integrating (STEM) disciplines in K-12 education leads to greater student retention and achievement, improved college-readiness skills and increased interest in pursuing a STEM-related career.
When it comes to science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) careers, it seems there is an unwritten rule that says STEM only welcomes men. Statistics show that from STEM graduates, only 25% are women. Colleges and universities are now working towards making women feel more welcomed in STEM curriculum.
Yesterday was the first day of STEM camps for high school students attending the Young Innovators Quest (YIQ), and students or teachers attending IUPUI Nanotechnology Discovery Academy. The STEM camps are held at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and run until June 29.
Anne Herman, Director of Global Quality for MSA , a manufacturer of safety products, is being recognized by The Manufacturing Institute, Deloitte, the University of Phoenix, and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers as one of 122 women in the U.S.
National Instruments has worked in collaboration with educational suppliers to provide classrooms with small-scale replicas of real-world systems, such as roll-chassis dynamometers and electrical smart grids.