from Technical.ly Baltimore | January 29, 2019 read it > In a move to reflect the reach into more states it has gained in recent years, MdBio Foundation unveiled a rebrand as Learning Undefeated on Tuesday. Fifteen years ago, the Gaithersburg-based organization launched its mobile bioscience lab to visit high schools offering access to tech tools and STEM education.…Details
With New Name and Wider Reach, Learning Undefeated Strives to Empower More Underserved Communities and Elevate Students with STEM Education GAITHERSBURG, Md.| from BUSINESS WIRE MdBio Foundation today announced that it has changed its name to Learning Undefeated. The rebranding reflects the expansion of the organization’s mission to provide more STEM education and workforce development opportunities…Details
from Port Arthur Examiner | January 18, 2019 read it > The MdBio Foundation recently brought a hi-tech mobile laboratory to several Southeast Texas schools, teaching hurricane-impacted students about wildlife forensics, virtual reality and other STEM-related subjects by providing them with hands-on experience. As part of MdBio’s “Learning Undefeated” program, MdBio Education Outreach Coordinator Desurae…Details
For #GivingTuesday this year, instead of asking for donations, we’d appreciate your thumbs-up!
As we come upon the holiday season and reflect on this past year, our team here at the MdBio Foundationis extremely grateful for the opportunity to bring our educational programs and resources to those communities that need them most. The stories of impact we hear every day from our students, teachers, schools and partners are truly inspiring, and we want to make sure that all fans of our work are hearing them as well.
Short documentary features MdBio’s Learning Undefeated program MdBio’s Learning Undefeated program was profiled earlier this month by our partner The Rebuild Texas Fund through a short documentary that shares how our mobile STEM education program is helping students and schools recover from Hurricane Harvey. The documentary features Education Outreach Coordinator Desurae Matthews and several other…Details
Since 2015, Northrop Grumman has been supporting MdBio’s STEM education programs across the state, and most recently supported our efforts in bringing Learning Undefeated to Texas. We are thrilled to share that our partnership with Northrop Grumman is expanding in several new and exciting ways. Starting in 2019, we will be bringing our mobile STEM…Details
If you’ve been on the MXLab this school year, you may have noticed some new faces. For the first time, our organization is excited to receive a grant through the AmeriCorps program. AmeriCorps is a volunteer service program dedicated to improving lives and fostering civic engagement. In return for an education stipend to be used…Details
More than 100 high school students network with potential employers On November 9, MdBio hosted our 10th ATLAS College & Career Symposium at Montgomery College in Germantown, Maryland. More than 100 high school students from four local schools came to experience hands-on activities and engage with more than a dozen Maryland companies about internships and…Details
Nov. 9 Event Brings Students Together with Business Leaders, Colleges, Government and Potential Employers to Learn about STEM Career Opportunities MedImmune Vice President, Dr. JoAnn Suzich, Kicks Off Event with Keynote Address Gaithersburg, MD – Nov 7, 2018 – MdBio Foundation, a national non-profit that provides STEM education and workforce development to underserved communities, will…Details
After Hurricane Harvey, schools across the affected areas in Texas worked hard to get students back in classrooms. While classrooms across the five affected regions are being repaired, gyms and fields rebuilt, and learning materials recreated, there is still a gap for some schools as they aim to provide quality education and experiences for their…Details