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STEM Spotlight, Sierra Roundtree

Learning Undefeated’s STEM Spotlight series features young professionals from diverse backgrounds who are working to make a difference in science, business, medicine, engineering, and technology fields. Each short video includes a profile of the job role and information about how they came to be interested in STEM. STEM Spotlight, Sierra Roundtree DJ Beauty and the…

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Learning Undefeated Debuts New K-8 Mobile Laboratory Activities

Brand-New Activities for a Brand-New Audience Debuting next month in Texas, Learning Undefeated is expanding its mobile laboratory programming for the first time to include elementary-school activities focused on engineering design concepts. Developed by James Hong, a new Instructional Designer for Learning Undefeated who joined the team in February, in collaboration with the Texas Education…

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STEM Spotlight, Travis Dennis

Learning Undefeated’s STEM Spotlight series features young professionals from diverse backgrounds who are working to make a difference in science, business, medicine, engineering, and technology fields. Each short video includes a profile of the job role and information about how they came to be interested in STEM. STEM Spotlight, Travis Dennis Chemical Engineer WR Grace…

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STEM Spotlight, Kathy Phelan Weber

Learning Undefeated’s STEM Spotlight series features young professionals from diverse backgrounds who are working to make a difference in science, business, medicine, engineering, and technology fields. Each short video includes a profile of the job role and information about how they came to be interested in STEM. STEM Spotlight, Kathy Phelan Weber Power Tools Engineer…

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Film Resources | Inclusivity in STEM

Picture a Scientist Picture a Scientist chronicles the groundswell of researchers who are writing a new chapter for women scientists. Biologist Nancy Hopkins, chemist Raychelle Burks, and geologist Jane Willenbring lead viewers on a journey deep into their own experiences in the sciences, ranging from brutal harassment to years of subtle slights. Along the way,…

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Fall 2020 Mobile Labs & Education Programs Update

We are truly disappointed that we won’t be seeing Maryland students in person this fall, but our team has been hard at work this summer to figuring out how we can bring engaging STEM learning to your students at home. We have designed a diverse set of digital learning resources that you can use in your own digital classroom, as well as independent assignment ideas for students. And, just like our mobile laboratory program, all of Learning Undefeated’s digital resources are free to teachers!

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STEM Spotlight, Ashley Zumwalt-Forbes

Learning Undefeated’s STEM Spotlight series features young professionals from diverse backgrounds who are working to make a difference in science, business, medicine, engineering, and technology fields. Each short video includes a profile of the job role and information about how they came to be interested in STEM. STEM Spotlight, Ashley Zumwalt-Forbes President and COO Black…

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Outside the Classroom: Dry Ice & States of Matter

You may have heard of dry ice, but do you know what it is? To understand dry ice you need to understand the three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. Dry ice is actually frozen carbon dioxide, frozen at -110 degrees Fahrenheit. In this video clip that aired on WJLA’s Outside the Classroom on…

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AT&T and Learning Undefeated Debut New STEM Distance Learning Program for Teachers & Students Learning Online This School Year

Called “Anywhere Labs,” the standards-aligned units include laboratory explorations and brand new activities specifically created for digital classrooms. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major shift in education, requiring teachers and students to quickly implement and adapt to a new way of learning. “We know firsthand how important it is to get students back to learning following a crisis,” said Brian Gaines, CEO of Learning Undefeated. “We run the risk of students losing interest in STEM, which impacts the future of innovation in our country. We need to be forward thinking and work together to keep the STEM leaders of the future engaged.”

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