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Alabama STEM Education Program (AMRDEC)

AMRDECIn respect to the importance of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education to the future economic well-being of the nation, and the declining numbers of students (US citizens) choosing STEM professions, the Department of Defense (DOD) through the National Defense Education Program (NDEP) has initiated programs to develop and implement strategies to further enhance STEM education efforts in various geographic areas across our nation.

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MITE at Missouri University of Science and Technology

MITEIf you are a rising junior or senior in an under-represented minority group who is interested in a career in engineering, mathematics, science or technology, this one-week program is designed for you.

Deciding on an engineering career can be difficult, especially if you’re not sure exactly what being an engineer involves. Whether building blast-resistant buildings, producing clean energy, designing components for automobiles, or a wide variety of other engineering jobs, this program was developed to give high school juniors and seniors first-hand knowledge of what engineers actually do. Minority Introduction to Technology and Engineering (MITE) will help you understand how mathematics and the sciences relate to engineering, and if engineering is a career choice for you.

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Texas Tech University T-STEM Center

T-STEMWHAT IS A T-STEM CENTER? T-STEM stands for the Texas Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics initiative. Our T-STEM Center is part of the Texas High School Project, which is working to improve STEM education and the college readiness of students in Texas.

The Texas Tech T-STEM Center specializes in pre-college engineering as an area of emphasis in the research and development of the resources and services we provide. We offer a range of innovative, research-driven professional development, curriculum, and support services to all Texas schools.

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ASM Materials Camp

ASMAttend a free hands-on workshop that explores man -made materials. Have lots of fun and learn about the science of materials, (AKA: “stuff’ ) from experts. High school teachers: its free, 5 days 40+ hours, full standards based physical science curriculum, free instructional content, free CEU’s. Join thousands of inspired physical science teachers who have attended. Students: spend a week in a real science lab, apply the scientific method and in a small team of peers solve a materials science mystery. Tons of fun. Free.

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The Engineering Place at North Carolina State University

NCSIn 1999 the K-12 Outreach group was formed in the Office of Academic Affairs. Since then, the staff has impacted an average of 5000 students in North Carolina annually, in addition to 500 teachers. They have also participated in local, state and national collaborations to advance science, technology, engineering and math instruction in K-12 schools.

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