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by Marc


Loyola University Maryland has received a $2 million planned gift from Mary Hyman, former coordinator of science education programs and the Institute for Child Care Education with Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education, to create endowed scholarships in education and the sciences for undergraduate and graduate students. The gift is funded by The Hyman Foundation named for Hyman’s husband, Sigmund, …


30,000+ Students Experience STEM Jobs Up Close for 3rd Annual STEM Career Accelerator Day

by STEMconnector


STEM Career Accelerator Day is a national campaign and series of concurrent events hosted annually beginning in October that addresses the significant shortfall of qualified talent in the fields of science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) in the United States and globally by connecting students to opportunities for career-focused experiential learning and access to STEM professionals. Through STEM Career Accelerator, ...

100 STEM Leaders

by Marc


In an economy where there are more jobs than qualified applicants, increasing the number of women and minorities in STEM would not only increase the size of the available talent pool, it would also bring a diverse set of minds and experiences to bear on our nation’s most challenging issues! In an economy where there are more jobs than qualified …


Global 3D Printing Market in Education to Grow at an Impressive CAGR of Over 28% Through 2020, Reports Technavio

by STEMconnector


This is a press release from Technavio tober 24, 2016 — LONDON — (BUSINESS WIRE) | Technavio analysts forecast the global 3D printing market in education to grow at a CAGR of more than 28% during the forecast period, according to their latest report. The research study covers the present scenario and growth prospects of the global 3D printing market in education for 2016-2020. The report also examines the ...

100 STEM Leaders

by Marc


In an economy where there are more jobs than qualified applicants, increasing the number of women and minorities in STEM would not only increase the size of the available talent pool, it would also bring a diverse set of minds and experiences to bear on our nation’s most challenging issues! In an economy where there are more jobs than qualified …