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STEM education

Latest Iteration of UBeats Partners with Greensboro Science Center


Saturday, May 9, was the perfect day to bring kids to the Greensboro Science Center. In addition to enjoying the Center’s …Read More


Program Confirms a Passion for Science


A few weeks ago, the News & Record published an article about a new summer program whose focus was on …Read More


Equitable Approaches Bring More Kids to STEM


Aaliyah is a bright, confident, outspoken 4th grader who consistently displays a passion for science. Her teacher, Ms. Wolfe, values …Read More


STEM-Focused “NanoBus” Hits The Road


An after-school STEM “learning bus” hits the road this week traveling to rural and inner city communities as part of …Read More


UNCG’s family-friendly science festival April 25


Science here. Science there. Science everywhere, this Saturday throughout the UNCG campus. Come learn about the ways science impacts us …Read More


UNCG Summer Camps 2015


Looking into summer camp options? Each year, thousands of young people in the Triad and beyond enjoy camps at UNCG …Read More


Triad TechSavvy 2015 to Encourage Girls in STEM


During the last 5 years The American Association of University Women (AAUW Greensboro) has partnered with the University of North …Read More


Call for Papers for Citizen Science: Theory and Practice


Citizen Science: Theory and Practice is a new open-access, peer-reviewed journal published by Ubiquity Press on behalf of the Citizen …Read More


CDLC Speaker Series: CDLC Fellowship Recipient Presentations


The UNCG Coalition for Diverse Language Communities invites faculty, staff, students, and members of the greater community to attend presentations given by …Read More


Education’s new makerspace debuts at Homecoming


Sixth-grader Selena Williamson learns circuitry basics hands-on. Officially, Matt Fisher is assistant director of the Teaching Resources Center (TRC) in …Read More