TweetThe STEM Education Coalition is proud to be featured on the September 18 edition of Lab Out Loud. Lab Out Loud is a podcast hosted by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel, both science teachers. The podcast and blog cover science news, education, and other topics relevant to science educators. The Coalition’s Executive Director James Brown discussed how the […]
TweetRecently, the STEM Education Coalition was featured by Scientia. The interview gives an overview of the Coalition’s work to promote STEM education throughout the United States. You can read the full interview here.
Tweet This October, Congress passed The STEM Education Act, a bipartisan bill introduced by the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology’s Chairman Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX21) and Committee Member Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-CT05). The STEM Education Act focuses on improving STEM education fields in federal programs, with special focus on computer science. __ The STEM Education Coalition […]
TweetTom Perry, Director of Engineering Education at ASME, and James Brown of the STEM Education Coalition, joined Larry Jacobs, host of EduTalk Radio, to discuss how to get more kids to look into engineering paths when thinking about their future careers. Listen to the interview here.
Tweet The STEM Education Coalition and Jerry Elner, National Director High School Development for Universal Technical Institute sat down with EduTalk Radio to discuss STEM Education and its role in creating a better American workforce. Listen to the full interview here.
TweetAs a part of the STEM Education Coalition’s ongoing effort to interview leading federal and state policymakers on STEM issues of the day, we are proud to present the following interview with the President and CEO of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Sharon P. Robinson. .. Q1: Can you tell us a little […]
TweetAs part of the STEM Education Coalition’s ongoing Q&A series, several members of the STEM Education Coalition hosted a STEM Education Roundtable with Nina Davuluri, Miss America 2014. Nina is the first Miss America to have graduated in a STEM field, with a degree in Brain, Behavior & Cognitive Science from the University of Michigan. […]
TweetJune 5, 2014: As a part of the STEM Education Coalition’s ongoing effort to interview leading federal and state policymakers on STEM issues of the day, we are proud to present the following interview with Iowa Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds, who Co-Chairs the Iowa Governor’s Council on STEM Education. A special thank you to our member the American […]
TweetJanuary 29, 2014 Washington, DC– The STEM Education Coalition recently interviewed Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY), who serves as the Co-Chair of the House STEM Education Caucus, a bipartisan group of more than 100 lawmakers that work together to insure House members are well-educated on STEM education issues. The Coalition has worked closely with Rep. Hanna and his legislative […]