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SC Johnson donates $5 million to fund STEM Scholarships

SC Johnson today announced it is donating $5.5 million to Gateway Technical College (Gateway) to create the SC Johnson STEM Scholars Pathway, a program dedicated to providing women and people of color, who have historically been underrepresented in STEM industries, and those with limited means the opportunity to gain a four-year degree in STEM-related career […]

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Play and Learning Through Esports: WIHSEA To Implement Scholastic Esports Programs as it Creates a Local NASEF Affiliate

Esports are booming, and students in Wisconsin are excited to not just play the games, but to pursue related careers. To support this thirst for competition and education, the WIHSEA has just become an affiliate of the North America Scholastic Esports Federation. NASEF will provide free tournaments, programs, curriculum, and expertise to help scholastic esports grow […]

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SC Johnson Invests $177,000 in Girls Inc. of SE Wisconsin’s STEM Squad

With the support of SC Johnson, Girls Inc. of SE Wisconsin will expand STEM Squad, formerly known as Operation SMART, the hands-on, multi-disciplinary after-school program to develop girls’ enthusiasm and skills for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Launching on October 5, this virtual program provides participants with the opportunity to explore the STEM field, […]

Posted inKenosha LensKenosha SchoolsLocal newsSchools

Carthage College Students and Faculty Awarded $95K From Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium

The NASA Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium and related space sciences projects made twenty awards to Carthage students and faculty this year, totaling $95,000. The Consortium funds a wide variety of STEM programs across the state, including undergraduate and graduate education, as well as faculty and postdoctoral work.  Awards are made to students to defray tuition […]

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STEM Progress Alliance for Racine and Kenosha

Nonprofit Mission and Vision Statements SPARK Summer Camp is a free science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) camp for 7th and 8th-grade girls in the Kenosha and Racine area, held at Carthage College over three days and two nights during July. Hands on, interactive workshops aim to captivate, excite, and educate campers on the possibilities […]

Posted inEye on EmploymentSchools

UW-P Student Awarded Barry Goldwater Scholarship

Nicholas Bielski, a molecular biology and bioinformatics major in UW-Parkside’s Biological Sciences Department of the College of Natural and Health Sciences, has been awarded a Barry Goldwater Scholarship. The Barry Goldwater Scholarship is a prestigious, highly competitive, national STEM scholarship. This award allows Bielski to focus on his research during his remaining academic career at […]

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STEM Workshop Empowers Girls to Go After Science, Math Careers

The number of girls going into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) careers is rising, but is still lower than women in those fields would like to see. To help spark interest in STEM occupations, 200 girls in 7th and 8th grade from Gilmore, Starbuck, Jerstad and Mitchell middle schools through Girls, Inc. participated Wednesday in the annual […]