Interested in developing your skills as a STEM Leader? Make sure to submit your application by Friday, May 26, 2017 We are now accepting interest forms from all applicants from existing STEM Learning Ecosystems who have the support of their Ecosystem Lead instead of limiting it to one per Ecosystem! […]
This 12 minute LEAD STEM webinar provides information on the LEAD STEM leadership development opportunity. Contact Angela Baber with additional questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. And don’t forget – Interest Forms (pre-applications) are due by 5 p.m. ET this Friday May 26, 2017!
Interested in developing your skills as a STEM Leader? The due date to submit an interest form has been extended to Friday, May 26, 2017 Due the great response and interest in LEAD STEM, we have made a few changes which we are happy to share with you: We have […]
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LEAD STEM is a unique leadership development experience tailored for National STEM Learning Ecosystem leaders and emerging leaders that uses best practices and promising innovations from top leadership training to create a new generation of individuals who have vested interests in advancing STEM and its core principles throughout the US. […]
Workshop on Instructional Materials for the Framework for K-12 Science Education and the Next Generation Science Standards National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Keck Center, Room 100 Washington, DC Join the Board on Science Education for a public workshop on the development, selection and implementation of instructional materials to […]
What would you do with $25,000? Don’t miss your chance to find out! Apply by May 24 and you might be the next winner. Plus, for a limited time, applicants will receive a free MoMath t-shirt when they submit their application. If you are a math teacher with an original lesson you think […]
The Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative recently participated in the NSF INCLUDES Next Lives Here: Social Change Innovation Summit, a conference that brought national and local experts together to advance understanding of how backbone organizations can best support collective impact as it relates to increasing representation in STEM education and careers. Following […]
April 2017 Newsletter, Volume XI
STEM Next and Ron Ottinger recently released a public statement on the Trump Administration’s proposed budget. Below is a brief overview of the statement with a link to the full statement. Trump Administration’s Budget Would Devastate Afterschool STEM Learning Opportunities For Our Nation’s Youth President Trump’s proposed budget cuts to […]