Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers commanding general, and Marilee Fitzgerald, DoDEA director, sign the memorandum of und...

Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers commanding general, and Marilee Fitzgerald, DoDEA director, sign the memorandum of und...

DOD schools, Corps of Engineers partner to advance STEM education | Article | The United States Army

DOD schools, Corps of Engineers partner to advance STEM education | Article | The United States Army

Science equipment is lined up and ready for use by students at the new science lab at Childs Elementary School.  The lab was financed throug...

Science equipment is lined up and ready for use by students at the new science lab at Childs Elementary School. The lab was financed throug...

Gerald O. Thompkins, BS'70, MS'77, was born in Harlem but grew up in Indianapolis. He earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from the Indiana University School of Education, and his Ph.D. from Michigan State University. Thompkins is the recently appointed director of the STEM Research and Education Center for Kent State.

Gerald O. Thompkins, BS'70, MS'77, was born in Harlem but grew up in Indianapolis. He earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from the Indiana University School of Education, and his Ph.D. from Michigan State University. Thompkins is the recently appointed director of the STEM Research and Education Center for Kent State.

A new initiative at four Brevard Public Schools is adding "art" to science education. They are all rolling out new magnet programs in STEAM, or Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.

A new initiative at four Brevard Public Schools is adding "art" to science education. They are all rolling out new magnet programs in STEAM, or Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.

Tim Koh, 18, left, and Zenia Quintana, 18, work on engines for wind turbines at Skyline High School.

Tim Koh, 18, left, and Zenia Quintana, 18, work on engines for wind turbines at Skyline High School.

Fifth-graders at Highland Elementary School got a close-up look at a 3D printer in a presentation held in the cafeteria on Tuesday, March 4. SUNY Ulster assistant professor Sal Ligotino, who coordinates the college’s industrial and surveying technology programs, visited the elementary school to share his expertise with the youngsters.

Fifth-graders at Highland Elementary School got a close-up look at a 3D printer in a presentation held in the cafeteria on Tuesday, March 4. SUNY Ulster assistant professor Sal Ligotino, who coordinates the college’s industrial and surveying technology programs, visited the elementary school to share his expertise with the youngsters.

Roebuck Elementary School is one of two schools statewide to pilot a program that seeks to get students interested in careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.     Project Lead the Way, a program emphasizing STEM curriculum expansions, is being piloted in 43 elementary schools across 23 states. It also is available in middle and high schools across the country.

Roebuck Elementary School is one of two schools statewide to pilot a program that seeks to get students interested in careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Project Lead the Way, a program emphasizing STEM curriculum expansions, is being piloted in 43 elementary schools across 23 states. It also is available in middle and high schools across the country.

CEDAR FALLS -- The Governor’s STEM Advisory Council has approved 10 science, technology, engineering and mathematics education programs for ...

CEDAR FALLS -- The Governor’s STEM Advisory Council has approved 10 science, technology, engineering and mathematics education programs for ...

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