Nurturing Emerging Leaders in Biotechnology & DOD STEM Careers

The Emerging Leaders in Biotechnology program was created in 2021 to connect young women with biotechnology content and inspire them towards high-demand DOD careers. “When high school women get to make that connection with college women, they get to see a little snippet of themselves in the future,” said Gabriella Centeno, a rising sophomore majoring in biology at Montgomery College, who is serving as a mentor in the Emerging Leaders in Biotechnology program. “That not only inspires them, but it also empowers them to do the best that they can, take as many opportunities as they want, and enjoy their full right of whatever their self-discovery is.

Register for Baltimore Summer Camp

Learning Undefeated’s Young Science Explorers Program engages young learners with high-energy science demonstrations, immersive learning environments, and hands-on investigations. Ideal for rising middle school students (grades 6-8), students will engage with STEM topics in Learning Undefeated’s immersive mobile laboratory experiences, as well as complete hands-on laboratory investigations in the classroom. program that engages young learners with high-energy…

Learning Undefeated Launches Young Science Explorers Camp for Baltimore Public Schools this Summer

The interactive Young Science Explorers Program engages young learners with high-energy science demonstrations, immersive learning environments and hands-on investigations. Ideal for rising middle school students (sixth to eighth grades), students will engage with STEM topics in Learning Undefeated’s immersive mobile laboratory experiences, as well as complete hands-on laboratory investigations in the classroom.

A ‘magic’ school bus brings science class to schools in need

Students learn a little about each of the planets before they land on planet Mars. Along they also learn to solve problems that astronauts could face on a journey into space. “It was more really about problem solving and using the strategies in the tech and science design process,” teacher Katheryn Spivey, the school’s science and technology content specialist, said. “They’re learning, reminding themselves of the science concepts like what do you need to survive ,like oxygen and water, and they talked about chemistry so it actually ties into all of the middle school science program.”

Maryland STEM Educator of the Year Award Presented to Howard County Teacher and Two Prince George’s County Teachers

Educators Erin Lukomska-Schlauch, Jamie Proctor and Karen Shelton Honored for Commitment to STEM Education at Maryland Tech Council’s 33rd Industry Awards Ceremony Gaithersburg, MD – May 20, 2021 – Today, three Maryland public high school teachers have been awarded Maryland Tech Council’s (MTC) STEM Educator of the Year award in recognition of their commitment to…