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.
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.
Four of Michigan’s flagship universities and nine top community colleges are embarking on a newly expanded collaboration to accelerate statewide development of leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). At a Feb. 3 kick-off […]
While experts argue over whether there is a worldwide shortage of science, technology, engineering and math graduates, there is little dispute that North America lags well behind the rest of the world in the category, […]
The world admires the United States for our education system. Students from China, India, Russia and a host of other countries fill our colleges and universities. However, after degrees and work experience are secured, unless […]