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Long Island STEM Hub and Workforce Development Institute Hosted Workforce 2025: Middle Skills

Long Island STEM Hub and Workforce Development Institute Hosted Workforce 2025: Middle Skills The Long Island STEM Hub and Workforce Development Institute came together to host Workforce 2025: Middle Skills on December 8, 2017 at SUNY Farmingdale’s Campus Center. This conference, composed of a series of informative STEM talks and strategy sessions, created meaningful discussions […]

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Long Island STEM Hub to Hosted 4th Annual Long Island Teacher Professional Development Day

Long Island STEM Hub to Hosted 4th Annual Long Island Teacher Professional Development Day To continue to bring industry and education together, the Long Island STEM Hub, one of several within the SUNY led Empire State STEM Learning Network, hosted the 4th Annual Long Island Teacher Professional Development Day on November 7, 2017. Keep an […]

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An online summer camp for maker kids

Hey, young readers: Instead of another summer uttering the dreaded phrase “I’m bored,” how about meeting a NASA astronaut or building a working potato cannon? Maker Camp, which kicks off its second year on July 8, is different kind of summer camp for kids and teens. Instead of canoes and kickball, it has microcontrollers and […]

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Powerful Ad Shows What A Little Girl Hears When You Tell Her She’s Pretty

The Huffington Post  | By Caroline Bologn A new Verizon commercial cites a sad statistic by the National Science Foundation: 66 percent of 4th grade girls say they like science and math, but only 18 percent of all college engineering majors are female. People have offered many potential explanations for this discrepancy, but this ad highlights the importance of […]

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Summer Programs Aim to Hack Tech’s Diversity Problem

NBCNews.com BY WILBORN P. NOBLES, III Some kids spend their summer hanging by the pool. Others study up to solve the diversity problem in America’s tech industry. Across the country, summer programs are aimed at addressing a “pipeline problem” in science, technology, and math, encouraging students from underrepresented backgrounds –- African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans –- into […]

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