300 high school students with Visual Impairments and 270 sighted students located in 13 states, along with their STEM educators and teachers of the visually impaired, use astronomy and 3D printing to bolster interests in and knowledge of STEM.
Two hundred forty African American males, grades 10-11, are engaged in structured, hands-on, out-of school time activities to enhance their knowledge in engineering and the energy sector in the Southeastern Michigan area.
The Digispired (Digitally Inspired) project provides 90 urban and rural low-income middle school students opportunities to learn computer programming, computer animation, and digital imaging; students can put into practice what they’re learning by
One hundred and twenty African American and Latino 7th and 9th grade students and 180 parents and caregivers in the Detroit area use information technology to solve engineering problems. Students acquire experience with scientific and engineering
One hundred and forty four 8th–12th grade students in Oakland, Richmond, and Sacramento, California are researching air and water quality in their local communities and studying attitudes toward and use of IT among their peers.
200 students in grades 7–12, with special emphasis on girls and youth of color, from the Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota area work with museum staff and community and industry mentors to learn programming, engineering and multi-media production.
One hundred and eighty first-generation college-bound middle and high school Native American students in Oregon, Washington, and California perform archaeological surveys and utilize computer modeling to map the hunting paths of their ancestors.