Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. STEM is designed to integrate STEM subjects and the art of design in the classroom. These programs aim to teach students to think critically and have an engineering or design approach towards real-world problems while building on their mathematics and science base.

U-D Mercy Engineering And Science To Host Free Teacher Camps This Summer

DETROIT - The University of Detroit Mercy College of Engineering & Science will serve as host for a pair of free, week-long teacher camps this summer, designed for high school teachers of all skill levels. A Computer Science Teacher Bootcamp is set for July 24-28, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day on the

The BestColleges Scholarship for Black Women in STEM

DETROIT - BestColleges is excited to announce our newest scholarship opportunity - The BestColleges Scholarship for Black Women in STEM. As you may know, Black women remain underrepresented in STEM fields, despite the growing demand for talent in these industries. That’s why we are offering a total of $30,000 in five scholarships worth $6,000 each.

New Invention: The Oxygen-Ion Battery

VIENNA, Austria - A new breakthrough from the Vienna University of Technology — regenerative oxygen-ion batteries — may transform the world of energy storage, with the potential to replace lithium-ion batteries in many key applications. Lithium-ion batteries are among the most commonly used energy storage devices on the planet. However, these batteries have a number

AI Sector To Become Trillion-Dollar Market By 2030

UNITED KINGDOM - As the potential for artificial intelligence to transform industries becomes more apparent, and market growth projections rise, trust in the technology is emerging as a crucial factor that may impact its adoption. However, despite the anticipated steady increase in market value, trust in AI systems varies significantly across different nations. In this

Northwood University Esports Teams Win National Titles

MIDLAND — Northwood Esports won two national titles last month. “On April 23, the Northwood University Overwatch and Counter-Strike teams secured major victories for our esports program,” stated Cody Elsen, Northwood Esports coach and program director. “The Varsity Overwatch team became the 2023 National Champions after defeating Illinois State University 4-1 on Sunday. Northwood’s Counter-Strike

Navisite Launches Next Steminist Scholarship Program For Young Women In U.S.

ANDOVER, Mass. – Navisite announced this week the launch of its third annual Navisite’s Next Steminist scholarship program in the U.S. Designed to encourage young women to pursue careers in STEM and close the gender gap, the program will award three $10,000 scholarships to eligible female candidates pursuing a degree in STEM. Applications are now being accepted through

Comcast Xfinity Working To Close The Digital Divide In Detroit

ANN ARBOR - Comcast has been doing work with local community partners in Michigan to help bridge the digital divide for income-constrained families. Rob Ponto from Comcast shares the many ways Comcast has worked to meet this goal and why it’s so important to connect everyone to the transformative power of the internet. In this

Lawrence Technological University, Detroit Regional Chamber Partner On Regional Talent Compact

SOUTHFIELD - Officials at Lawrence Technological University have signed the Detroit Regional Talent Compact, an equity-driven initiative led by the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Detroit Drives Degrees program, Mark Brucki, LTU Associate Vice President provides details. The Compact brings together stakeholders from business, philanthropy, government, K-12, and higher education to accomplish two goals: increase the Detroit

Capital Area K12 Online School Named Michigan Winner In STEM Competition

LANSING - Samsung announced that Capital Area K12 Online School was selected as the State Winner for Michigan in the 13th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow STEM competition and will receive a prize package of at least $12,000 in technology and school supplies. Capital Area K12 Online School's project for the competition focused on how

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GVSU Quest Webinar Feb. 22 Issues Surrounding Turkey, Syria Earthquakes

ALLENDALE - A webinar discussion presented by Grand Valley State University’s Office of the Provost and led by Provost Fatma Mili will examine several of the topics surrounding the devastating earthquakes that affected Turkey and Syria. The Türkiye-Syria Earthquake: Earth-Science-Human Collision forum at 4 p.m. February 22 is part of the GVSU Quest Series. Mili

By |2023-02-20T16:51:15-05:00February 20th, 2023|Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEAM), STEM|