General Motors Co. will grant Project Lead The Way programs in Michigan with a $300,000 three-year renewable commitment.
More than 60 engineering students will participate in a special graduation ceremony Aug. 2 at Grand Valley State University. The graduates will join the thousands of Grand Valley alumni who are helping to drive the state’s economy with their STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) degree.
Film-making and broadcast journalism students launched the camera-laden balloon from Grand Rapids, capturing hours of video footage.
“The Science of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” a 10,000-square-foot traveling exhibit that celebrates the great history of the music genre and the key role science plays in its development, will take the stage at the renamed Michigan Science Center on June 20.
Grandville native Jake Hall never changed his major while in college. He knew he wanted to pursue an engineering career since his first year of high school.
The looming shortage of engineers and scientists in the United States is a frequently told story. Concrete measures to solve the shortage? Not quite as frequently discussed. Enter the Engineering Society of Detroit Institute, which has issued five recommendations for a sustainable, collaborative Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics blueprint in order to help fill the pipeline.
Underrepresented minorities comprise approximately 30 percent of the United States population, but only 10 percent are college educated in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. A Wayne State University study recently funded by the American Association for the Advancement of Science aims to change these statistics.
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Kids can be scientists for the week while conducting experiments and exploring exhibits at the Michigan Science Center.
Scientists at Michigan State University have confirmed the discovery of the world’s first-ever, two-headed bull shark.