STAR to Scientist
Walk on the Moon
STEM Starts with the Next Generation Science Standards
Panel of Experts

Panel of Experts

The panel of experts answers all your questions regarding STEM education.
Adding Steam to Stem Equals Success

Adding Steam to Stem Equals Success

Question: What’s the best thing we can do to promote STEM education?
Answer: Give it a little STEAM.
Robots in the Classroom

Robots in the Classroom

Question: How can we get kids excited about technical subjects?
Answer: Introduce them to a robot.
Mentoring An Easy Way to Change the Future

Mentoring — An Easy Way to Change the Future

Being a good mentor means taking time out of your schedule to guide when needed, be a sounding board for new ideas, encourage career growth or assist in finding professional development opportunities.
Inspiring Tomorrow s Leaders

Inspiring Tomorrow’s Leaders

STEM learning will enable our children to grow our economy, discover new cures, solve old mysteries and address the most pressing challenges of tomorrow.
Actuaries in Action Why it s Rated the Number One Profession

Actuaries in Action: Why it’s Rated the Number One Profession

Question: Why is the actuarial profession at the top of list for best jobs in America?
Answer: It’s based on the physical demands, work environment, income, stress and hiring outlook.
Who Should Run the World Girls

Who Should Run the World? Girls!

Question: Why don’t more women work in STEM fields?
Answer: Because most girls aren’t educated about their career options at the K -12 level.
STEM Starts with the Next Generation Science Standards

STEM Starts with the Next Generation Science Standards

Over the past few years the need for high quality STEM education has been touted by business and industry leaders who have linked our Nation’s future economic success and security to a highly-skilled, scientifically literate workforce.
STAR to Scientist

STAR to Scientist

Mayim Bialik of “The Big Bang Theory” talks about her real life passion for neuroscience and encourages more girls to do the same.
Critical Shortfall in Our STEM Workforce

Critical Shortfall in Our STEM Workforce

As our nation explores ways to address a critical shortfall in our science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce, we must look no further than our own high schools.