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STEM Ecosystems Critical for Nation’s Economy and Workforce Needs Oct. 28 Webinar to Explore Ecosystems and the $52 Billion CHIPS Act
October 28, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. – After months of collaboration involving dozens of partners, TIES is releasing a briefing book exploring the work of the nation’s STEM Ecosystems in an effort to elevate their consideration for funding as part of the $52 billion CHIPS and Science Act of 2022. “The STEM Ecosystems Briefing Book: Collected Thoughts About Our Nation’s STEM Needs – An […]

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STEM Learning Ecosystems CHIPS Act Briefing Book
October 25, 2022

Join us and learn more about the briefing book as well as next steps in the effort to lift up the work of STEM Ecosystems in their various forms, which includes HUBS, various STEM alliances, the STEM Learning Ecosystems and many others. Check out our panelists here.  

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Equity in STEM
October 14, 2022

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTmPXngKkcY The session was moderated by Natasha Smith Walker, Executive Director, Chicago STEM Pathways Cooperative Ecosystem and featured Me’lani Labat Joseph, Principal, Transformative Innovations, sharing remarks from her recent report Towards Greater Equity in STEM: Greater Cleveland and Lorain County Landscape Analysis. The webinar highlighted thought leaders in DEIA work from around the country including Chrissy Chandler, Amelia Talley, Jennifer […]

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Share your Stories Ecosystems Expertise
May 16, 2022

Listen to the discussion amongst Ecosystems regarding social media, press releases, the power of relationships, and more!

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STEM NEXT Fellows: Addressing Emerging Technology and 21st Century Needs
May 16, 2022

Quincy Brown, STEM Next Office of Science and Technology Policy Fellow, and Zarek Drozda, Data Science Fellow at US Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences, held a roundtable discussion about how ecosystems are working with local school systems to address computer science, data science, quantum education, AI and other technology education initiatives. Additionally, we discussed how Ecosystems keep in […]

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STEM NEXT Fellows: Connection to Public Workforce Systems
May 16, 2022

Join Stephanie Rodriguez, STEM Next’s Workforce and Policy Fellow, for a roundtable discussion about the connection between STEM Learning Ecosystems and the Public Workforce System. Stephanie is eager to learn about how ecosystems are addressing workforce development and training in their efforts. Please come prepared to share more about how or if your ecosystem leverages federal workforce funding and has […]

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SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids
March 29, 2022

Learn about SOLIDWORKS® Apps for Kids, a powerful tool for children from ages 4 to 14 to begin exploring the excitement of imagining and designing creations. SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids inspires young thinkers and gives them the tools to turn their wildest creations into reality. A web-based collection of apps available for tablets and other mobile devices, SOLIDWORKS Apps for […]

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Strengthening STEM Ecosystems Act
February 18, 2022

If passed, the Strengthening STEM Ecosystems Act, introduced by Sens. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) and Jerry Moran (R-KS), would establish a grant program within the National Science Foundation to provide $25 million in funding to STEM Ecosystems and their partners. In this webinar, James Brown, director of the STEM Education Coalition, and Jeremy Babendure, executive director of the SciTech Institute of […]

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Supporting Readiness through Vital Civic Empowerment (SRVCE)
January 17, 2022

Supporting Readiness through Vital Civic Empowerment (SRVCE) is an inquiry-based, active learning experience for young people exploring civic participation in their own communities. Learn more about the pilot with the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice.

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Ecospheres Training
December 1, 2021

Ecospheres are “Groups of STEM Ecosystems that are connected by geography, by audience, or by other unifying factors.” Like individual Ecosystems, Ecospheres support networking and collaboration, help reduce duplication, identify gaps in services, and foster equitable access to STEM resources. The Pennsylvania Statewide STEM Ecosystem (PSSE) is an Ecosphere comprised of the state’s 8 formal Ecosystems and additional STEM stakeholders. […]

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