Category: From the Field
Public awareness campaigns, community volunteers, programming offers middle school math assistance. NEW ORLEANS – (Jan. 21, 2020) – In an effort to help improve Louisiana students’ math performance, Chevron’s Gulf of Mexico Business Unit and TIES, have teamed up with local partners STEM NOLA and Northshore STEM Coalition to launch Chevron: Fueling Math. The program was developed with input from […]
If you had 15 minutes with our next president, what would you say? What would you say about how to make STEM most equitable? What is your advice to improve STEM career pipelines and stop the leak of talent? What are your ideas to improve access to Early STEM? Your chance is coming. On Jan. 5 and Jan. 7, you […]
A Unique Opportunity to Influence What’s Next for STEM TIES, founder and lead of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice, is holding two Town Hall discussions for members of its 94 STEM Ecosystems and others to capture thoughts about the nation’s STEM needs. Erik Nikolaus Martin, senior policy advisor of theDay One Project and Melissa Moritz, deputy director, STEM, U.S. Department […]
As with all sectors of society, the education world has been upended and we are all searching for ways to make sense of what is, what was and what will be. The pandemic, the postponement of college board tests and the growing trend of test results becoming optional for college admissions presents a unique opportunity to reevaluate the entire college admissions process.
San Antonio Convening of STEM Learning Ecosystems taps ideas from those closest to learning. More than 30 students attended and spoke at the semi-annual convening of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice, offering advice and thoughts for STEM leaders throughout the world.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg Tuesday told more than 500 members of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice that “Here in San Antonio, Science dictates policy.” His comments came a day after he declared that the city was in a state of emergency due to what he called missteps by the Centers for Disease Control for releasing a patient into the general public who had tested positive for the COVID-19 illness.
Bobb was one of three speakers on a keynote panel, “Inventing Tomorrow: Cultivating a New Generation of Problem Solvers,” sponsored by the Lemelson Foundation with support from Qualcomm Foundation. Bobb and other panelists are interested in creating conditions that will eliminate barriers for marginalized students and foster students’ ability to invent. “We must remember that marginalization is not a passive thing - it’s active,” said Bobb. “Someone is culpable.”
When you come to San Antonio in March for the Spring 2020 Convening of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice, you can expect to experience a city that is truly multi-cultural, vibrant and overflowing with entrepreneurial energy and ideas. We are in the final stages of planning the agenda for the three-day convening which officially opens at the Marriott […]
Advice from trailblazers and strategies to elevate the role of women in science. Astronaut Kathryn Sullivan, the first woman to walk in space, shared that in college she was “forced” to take two science courses. This revelation shocked the more than 400 attendees of the Fall convening of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice, held in Cleveland, OH in […]
“The marvelous thing about a good question is that it shapes our identity as much by asking it as it does by the answering.” – David Whyte For those who know me, you’re about to laugh when I say this – I’m all about the answers sometimes. And I usually want those answers quickly. I live in NYC and fast-paced […]