Women who excel in male-dominated science, technology, engineering and mathematic fields are often unjustly stereotyped as unfeminine. But when they’re feminized, their success may actually decrease girls’ interest in those fields, a new study suggests.
The academy’s Summer STEM Program is an overnight academic program designed for rising 8th-11th grade students in good academic standing who have an interest in math and science.
Kettering University will offer a fixed-tuition guarantee for all undergraduate students beginning in 2012-13, becoming the first Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) university in Michigan and one of only a handful in the nation to offer the cost-saving guarantee.
This summer, Lawrence Technological University will hold more than 20 enrichment camps to introduce high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to topics that could lead to a college major or a career.
West Michigan high school students will display projects and ideas about energy and sustainability at Grand Valley State University’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Energy Fair Friday, Feb. 24.
A new report from the U.S. Commerce Department found women are still significantly underrepresented in STEM fields, impacting U.S. competitiveness.
Science and engineering students entering their last two years at Grand Valley State University may be eligible to receive assistance through a National Science Foundation grant that will allow the university to provide scholarships.
Two Kettering University faculty members recently released textbooks related to their academic fields that have set new professional standards.
Tim Fino, director of the Science and Engineering Fair of Metropolitan Detroit, announced that 1,378 sixth- to 12th-grade students will compete next week for awards and recognition in the STEM disciplines – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Wayne State University is encouraging college seniors, recent graduates and career changers from science, mathematics or engineering to become teachers in Detroit’s neediest schools. Funded by a $16.7 million Kellogg Foundation grant and administered by […]