Arizona State University

Project App Maker Pro aims to increase high schoolers' interest in STEM fields

Their teachers learn about technology as well during software development in Design Villages

To address the national need for greater numbers of students to enter STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields, Project AMP at Arizona State University is conducting a three-year program that taps into the tech interests and talents of students grades 9-11 as a way to increase their interest in STEM.


CompuGirls founder named champion of change by the White House

Congratulations are in order to Kimberly Scott, a long time ITEST community member, and founder of COMPUGIRLS, for being named a STEM Access Champion of Change at the White House.  The Champion of Change honors people who are working to support and accelerate STEM opportunities for African American students, schools, and communities.