Partnerships and Collaboration

Petrosino shares ideas about integrating computer science in schools of education in NSF-sponsored event

Computer science education researchers, leaders from colleges of education, teacher educators, and computer scientists from across the U.S. participated in a workshop to address critical questions related to the integration of computing education into schools of education. The National Science Foundation (NSF)-sponsored conference was held in New York City April 8 and 9 and focused on bringing computer science into colleges of education around the country.

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Renowned NYU professor visits with Ma’ayanot STEAM team

On Thursday, September 28, Ma’ayanot’s STEAM team welcomed Dr. Ari Ginsberg, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Management at NYU’s Stern School of Business and Academic Director of the Management of Technology Master of Science Program at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering. Dr. Ginsberg teaches courses on business strategy analysis, new enterprise development, corporate venturing and innovation and technology entrepreneurship.

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Summer programs train teachers in engineering and robotics

Tandon’s Research Experience for Teachers (RET) program, also known as RET Site in Mechatronics and Robotics with Entrepreneurship and Industry Experiences, is a National Science Foundation-sponsored initiative that has been educating educators since 2003.

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Teachers and students expand their robotics skills together in new K-12 STEM program

Supported by the National Science Foundation as part of its commitment to preparing future generations for STEM-related careers and rapidly changing work environments, the Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST) program at NYU Tandon centers on robotics and e

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Turning high school students into cyber sleuths

A larger program at the Tandon school is called STEMNow, which this summer is bringing more than 700 middle- and high-school students and 130 teachers to the Downtown Brooklyn campus for deep dives into the STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and math). STEMNow puts a particular emphasis on diversity and providing hands-on research and experimentation for students whose regular schools may lack those opportunities. 

 

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Teachers and students pair up to widen the STEM pipeline

The National Science Foundation’s Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST) program recently awarded more than $1 million to the three-year project, which will combine robotics and entrepreneurial education to improve teacher practices and stud

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Contrasts in Climate Change Attitudes and STEM Dispositions Among Children Versus Adults Attending a Science and Technology Exposition

Children and adults attending a three-day Science and Technology Exposition in Washington D.C., during April 2016 completed Climate Change Attitude Surveys and  STEM Semantic Differential Surveys while visiting a booth featuring hands on demonstrations of testing various  houshold appliances for consumption of standby power. Demos were conducted by middle school teachers from three states in the USA as part of a four-year Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST) project, funded by NSF.

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Festival was just the start

Debuted in 2012, the Arizona SciTech Festival celebrated its sixth season with more than 800 organizations planning to stage nearly 1,500 events for an audience total exceeding 400,000.

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Honeywell hosts 175 students to advance STEM in Arizona

Honeywell hosted the second-annual Arizona Science Officer technology day and statewide cabinet meeting. The event is designed to inspire interest in technology careers and allow students to work on collective action projects that impact their respective schools and communities. The students were all elected by their peers to serve as chief science officers.

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Cuyahoga Community College youth robotics team wins national championship

Students from Cuyahoga Community College's Youth Technology Academy won the FIRST Robotics Competition Championship, an engineering skills showcase in St. Louis that drew 20,000 participants from around the world. The Tri-C team -- comprising more than two dozen Cleveland Metropolitan School District students -- joined with three other U.S. schools to form the winning alliance. They are the first Ohio team to win the competition.

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