Resources

Resources

Igniting the Future
Cross-Sector Connections & Partnerships, Professional Development, Program Design, Teaching and Learning, In School & Out of School

Igniting the Future: A Documentary about STEM2 Hub and its work in Northeast Florida The documentary features the story of the innovation, success, and leadership of the Northeast Florida Regional STEM2 Hub.  Founded by the Jacksonville business community under the leadership of Gary Chartrand in 2015, the STEM2 Hub works to improve access to STEM (Science Technology, Engineering, Mathematics & […]

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Building and Strengthening STEM Learning Ecosystems: A Growing Guide to Success
Cross-Sector Connections & Partnerships, Program Design

Launched in 2019, the STEM Learning Ecosystems Discussion Series features conversations with Ecosystem leaders from around the world about the most pressing topics facing their communities today. Topics of high interest were identified through survey data and the self-assessment, Ecosystems Indicator Tool (EIT).

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The Workforce Playbook
Workforce & Career, Youth Pathways

More than ever in the United States, a college education is a prerequisite for economic mobility and financial stability. The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program (CEP) has developed The Workforce Playbook, a practical guide to setting a vision for talent development and economic mobility and implementing a key set of practices to deliver upon this vision, in ways that balance […]

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Partnership to Transform STEM Learning – A Case Study of Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Ecosystem
Evaluation, Program Design, Teaching and Learning, In School & Out of School, Underrepresented in STEM

STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice case study that focus on the development and evolution of the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance (TRSA)—the lead entity of the Tulsa, Oklahoma (OK) ecosystem—and its partners. As part of the study, we collected educational data, exit surveys, indicator tools, and conducted interviews, focus groups, document review, observations, and extensive online research.

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I Think I Can’t: Lack of Confidence in Math Keeps Girls Out of Lucrative STEM Careers
Underrepresented in STEM

The rate at which women enroll in four-year colleges and complete bachelor’s degrees continues to outpace the rate for men. In fact, by 2025 women will represent nearly 60 percent of all university students. Yet despite their growing numbers on college campuses, women remain a small minority among students majoring in physical, engineering, mathematics, and computer (PEMC) sciences. It seems […]

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Newsletter Archives

    October 2018 The Connection: STEM Learning Ecosystems Monthly Newsletter August 2018 The Connection: STEM Learning Ecosystems Monthly Newsletter June 2018 The Connection: STEM Learning Ecosystems Monthly Newsletter April 2018 The Connection: STEM Learning Ecosystems Monthly Newsletter March 2018 The Connection: STEM Learning Ecosystems Monthly Newsletter February 2018 The Connection: STEM Learning Ecosystems Monthly Newsletter January 2018 The Connection: […]

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Creating a Unified Community of Support: Increasing Success for Underrepresented Students in STEM
Underrepresented in STEM

A new 68-page report from the Pullias Center for Higher Education at the University of Southern California hopes to address underrepresented students in STEM. The report, part of a collaborative effort from eight California State University campuses, emphasizes collaboration between existing academic affairs and student affairs programs — which are often separated — as well as specific interventions for struggling […]

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