Festival participants hope to nudge students toward STEM career path

rom Cumberland Times-News | May 7, 2017 read it > FROSTBURG — The clouds looming over the Mountain City on Saturday didn’t stop local kids from catching some rainbows. Close to 800 children from K-12 schools in Garrett and Allegany counties as well as their parents participated in the seventh annual Western Maryland Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Festival hosted…

New mobile lab expands science education at Montgomery County school [video]

from ABC7 News | May 3, 2017 watch the video> KENSINGTON,Md. (ABC7) — Tenth grade biology students at Albert Einstein High School in Kensington are learning about wildlife forensics in a brand new way. “It gets me more engaged in what we’re doing and I kind of feel like an expert,” Tishawna Cornelius shared. http://wjla.com/news/local/new-mobile-lab-expands-science-education-at-montgomery-county-school 16-year-old Jefferson Rodriguez…

ATLAS Student Symposium

NOVEMBER 8, 2014 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND | COLLEGE PARK MdBio Foundation hosts the ATLAS symposium for students typically underrepresented in STEM. The event is for high school juniors/seniors and college undergraduates. ATLAS provides an important space for students to learn about exciting careers in STEM. Learn more