The Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln teaches fellows about real-world policy applications in the natural resources arena and enable the transfer of knowledge in a way that is useful to policymakers in responding to the challenges created by demands for diminishing resources, and the need to maintain and build resilience in stressed watersheds.
K-12 & Education
It's a competitive world in which science, technology, mathematics and engineering impact our economy, health, societal well-being and policy. Scientists, engineers and educators provide the ideas and knowledge base for U.S. leadership in science and engineering. Learning how people learn, while also supporting the very best ideas and students are also essential goals in today's changing world.
FLATE builds skills for high tech careers
R/V Sikuliaq launched and expected to begin work in Arctic waters in 2014
Advanced Technological Education program produces skilled workforce for the front lines of cyber defense
Roboticists create multi-functional toy blocks that teach the basics of robot-building to kids.
Is science a step-by-step process? Actually, it kind of works like a pinball machine. Check it out!
December 9th is the birthday of computing pioneer, Grace Hopper. In commemoration, her birthday every year marks Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) intended to spotlight the transformative role of computing and the need to bolster computer science at all educational levels.
A cutting edge center on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus provides important tools for nano-science discoveries.
Supported by a five-year, $7.4 million National Science Foundation grant, experts at The Johns Hopkins University are partnering with teachers and administrators in Baltimore City Public Schools on a program to enhance teaching and learning in science, technology, engineering, and math in city elementary schools by making STEM a community affair.
Successful launch of the U.S. academic research vessel, the Sikuliaq
Researchers transform a bridge into a resource for civil engineering laboratory development and learning.
Education researchers study how to improve reading comprehension for children.
Joint Science Education Program brings high-school students to Arctic research sites to experience hands-on science.
Students move out of the classroom and into the lab to turn ancient inventions they have been studying about into real-life working mechanisms.
The University of South Florida's own Scientific Superheroes have unleashed a video series that takes learning to a whole new level.
Linguist James Gee talks about the deep learning principles found in video games.
New exhibit at the Museum of Science and Technology in Syracuse, N.Y. (MOST) explores time on a microscale
This report reviews the research and discoveries made possible in part by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Why are American schoolchildren so bad at algebra? University of Notre Dame psychologist Nicole McNeil has a theory.
Workforce Initiative in Hawaii prepares local students for jobs in astronomy, remote sensing and other technology industries