Our very own Jennifer Colvin sat down with the #IamBIO podcast to discuss the important work of our mobile labs and how our students conquered COVID and adapted to a new STEM education environment.
“STEM is all about solving problems,” said Karrin Felton, program manager of the Department of Defense (DoD) Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship-for-Service Program, to a virtual audience of aspiring biotechnologists. “STEM brings people together from disparate backgrounds who have different ideas. This opposition is how we work things out.”
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An education partnership is looking to increase interest in STEM programs among area middle school students by literally dropping in at some local schools. The Drop Anywhere Lab is being used by the education non-profit Learning Undefeated to help grow kids’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Learning Undefeated has partnered with Astra Zeneca and the WRK Group (Reach Riverside and The Warehouse) to bring the Drop Anywhere Lab to several schools over the next several weeks.
Texas Mobile STEM Lab visits Whiteright Elementary School thanks to a partnership with Texas Education Agency. The school applied and was chosen as one of only 30 Texas schools to…