GlobalMind ED is dedicated to creating a diverse talent pipeline to recruit more women, people of color and First Generation to graduate high school and college ready for strong careers in tech and across the disciplines. Please considering attending the Annual Conference and Pre-conference on June 9-11 at the Denver Downtown Sheraton for special events for teachers. Teachers who want to attend the conference and have no budget to do so, can apply for a scholarship at the bottom of the home page at GlobalMindED.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University is holding STEM-focused summer camps for middle and high school students on the campus of Colorado State University beginning in June. Mechanical Engineering camps will give students the opportunity to nurture and discover their interest in science, technology, engineering, and computing. Four camp options are available and all skill levels are welcome. Registration begins March 1, 2018
STEM CyberSecurity Camp is presented by Northrop Grumman, Aurora Public Schools, Colorado State University, University of Colorado, and Cherry Creek Schools and is open to middle and high school students in all school districts. The camp is being held at Rangeview High School in Aurora Colorado from July 23 – July 27, 2018.
The IUSE solicitation has now been revised as Solicitation 17-590 (replaces 15-585). There are some important changes in 17-590, and in order to help people become better acquainted with the new solicitation, there are online monthly Q&A sessions. Continue reading
The Colorado Education Initiative provides updated resources and information regarding STEM education in Colorado. Please visit their website: Colorado STEM Resources & Roadmap
Muscles Alive!, a neuroscience education outreach program led by researchers from the Neuromuscular Function Lab at Colorado State University teamed up with Backyard Brains to provide affordable neuroscience experiment kits for students of all ages to learn about electrophysiology. These Human EMG devices were recently showcased at the USA Science and Engineering Festival and on Good Morning Washington.