The Center for Excellence in Education (CEE) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) co-sponsor the Research Science Institute (RSI) and are looking for talented 11th Grade STEM Students! Do you have an interest in Science Technology Engineering or Mathematics and a desire to complete a research program at an unforgettable summer research program?
You and your students are invited to participate in the 2016 USA Biology Olympiad (USABO). Registration is open now for teachers and students!
The Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP) is CEE’s program for middle and high school STEM teachers. TEP provides opportunities for rural and urban teachers to connect with experts from industry and academia to explore cutting edge research and make meaningful professional links with direct benefits for themselves and their students. All online resources and events are cost-free for all participants. TEP events are held in California, Florida, Maryland, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, DC. We invite interested teachers to visit the program website at www.cee.org/teacher-enrichment-program to find out how to connect with scientists and engineers in their community through Bite of Science sessions and Teacher Roundtables and to explore a variety of online STEM resources.
Underwater robots operated by schoolchildren invaded a hotel pool in Grand Cayman this week. The demonstration was part of an educational initiative called SeaPerch, designed to get kids interested in a future career in STEM fields.
Students will have the opportunity to learn the basics in underwater engineering skills and be exposed to the career possibilities in shipping and maritime.