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HP Supports Women in #IT Security thru 2015 Scholarship Funding w/ CRA-Women & ACSA http://bit.ly/1Dy1lOW via HP Official News #STEMsecurity
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 20, 2015 | HP, in collaboration with Applied Computer Security Associates (ACSA) and the Computing Research Association's Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research (CRA-W), today announced the 15 winning recipients of the 2015 Scholarship for Women Studying ...
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Recap video of IBM & MSU's #tsummit2015- looking forward to the discussion in DC in '16! http://bit.ly/1Qbv89V #STEM2pt0
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NSF grants UNL $9.6M for Materials Research Science & Engineering Center & nanotechnology research http://bit.ly/1P5Nx6m Nanotechnology News
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John Oliver tackles patent trolls on Last Week Tonight http://bit.ly/1P586Qr via Gizmodo
Patent trolls can stymie innovation and bring otherwise successful companies to their knees. They’re also crazy, as John Oliver points out in this clip from Last Week Tonight.
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Michigan Senate unanimously OKs #STEM endorsement on high school diplomas http://bit.ly/1yAVoVu via Monroe News
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - High school students could be awarded a special endorsement on their diploma if they earn enough credits in science, technology, engineering and math under bills advancing in the Michigan Legislature.
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Jenna P. Carpenter hired as 1st Dean of Campbell University's new #engineering school starting in '16 http://bit.ly/1FSyPZI via TBJ Raleigh/Durham
​Campbell University announced Jenna P. Carpenter as founding dean of the university’s engineering school, which will launch in 2016.
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Speakers for WED's Solving the Equation TownHall include Linda Hallman, Rob Denson & more! http://bit.ly/1JZJkhO #addwomen
On April 22nd, the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will partner with STEMconnector® to convene a virtual Town Hall to discuss the findings of its just-released report, Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women's Success in Engineering and Computing.
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NYC & Verizon team up to create free, #WomenInSTEM after-school coding program in Long Island http://nydn.us/1bl978G via New York Daily News
Female students at a Queens high school are getting free lessons in computer coding under a new program.
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This Wednesday @ 2 PM ET- Join AAUW & STEMconnector Virtual Town Hall: Women in Engineering & Technology http://bit.ly/1J2kCjk #addwomen
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5 Reasons Teenagers Should Join FIRST Robotics- by high school student Natalie Kalin! http://huff.to/1aEsWqc #omgrobots #STEMcomps
More than just the networking, though, the friends and students I have met in my FIRST robotics experience have been some of the greatest people I have ever met....
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Pictures & Vines from the RI Robot Block Party http://bit.ly/1Onk9qc via MAKE
We had the pleasure of being among the exhibitor's at the Robot Block Party in Providence, RI.
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Innovator Alex Pina developed a solar water heater that tracks the sun to get more hot water http://bit.ly/1On5NWO via Co.Exist
By following and concentrating the sun's rays, the device could save homeowners a few hundred a year.
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The One-Stop Show for Who's Doing What in #STEM Education
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STEMconnector.org ™ serves as a critical network to link those advocating science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education across disciplines and distances. With the official site launch on November 30, 2011, the website allows key players to discover partners within STEM education across the country, to provide contact points, and to create both national and multi-national platforms to share and network STEM strategies and activities. STEMconnector.org provides a way for those running STEM education systems—program directors, government agencies, K-20 providers, industry partners, etc—to connect their ideas to improve STEM education on the national and international scale. For more information, see our FAQ.

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