Ecosystem Spotlight – St. Louis Regional STEM Learning Ecosystem (STEMSTL)
How TIES is using the Engineering Design Process to Increase Local STEM Access for all Learners By Sarah Koebley, PhD Manager, STEM Learning Ecosystems National
5 Things We Want to Know – Sherita Haigler
Sherita Haigler is the Director of the St. Louis Regional STEM Learning Ecosystem. Official job title: Catalyst! Learn more about the work of STEMSTL here.
Mentoring Programs from Across the Ecosystems
Mentoring: a relationship in which an experienced person assists another in developing specific skills and knowledge to enhance the less-experienced person’s professional and personal growth.
5 Things We Want to Know – Jan Morrison
Jan Morrison, Co-Designer and Director of STEM Learning Ecosystems and Founder and President of Teaching Institute for Excellence in STEM (TIES) What’s your background? I
Ecosystem Spotlight: A Report on the Entire Community of Practice
As the calendar turns over and a new year begins, like many of you, we’re envisioning new plans and successes. It’s also a good time
5 Things We Want to Know – Gerald Solomon
Gerald Solomon is Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Initiative and serves as the Executive Director for the Samueli Foundation. What’s your background?
5 Things We Want to Know – Ron Ottinger
Ron Ottinger is Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Initiative. He is also the Executive Director of STEM Next. What’s your background? Making
5 Things We Want To Know – Jeremy Babendure
Jeremy Babendure, Ph.D., is the Executive Director, Arizona SciTech Festival & Arizona Technology Council Foundation He’s also an Assistant Research Professor at the ASU School
5 Things We Want to Know – Chief Science Officer
Chief Science Officer Dana is a senior at Sandra Day O’Connor High School. What is your favorite class in school? I feel I enjoyed
Ecosystem Spotlight: Chief Science Officers
How often do students get the opportunity to be engaged in their education? Seems like a silly question – aren’t they ALWAYS engaged in it,
International Collaboration to Benefit Girls in STEM
The International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) is the U.S. Department of State’s premier professional exchange program. Through short-term visits to the United States, current and emerging foreign
Ecosystem Spotlight: Cape Cod Regional STEM Network
Teacher-in-Residence Program Yields Stronger Lessons Grounded in Real-World Application The Cape Cod Regional STEM Network brings together educators, school districts, business and industry partners, and