Fairs, Camps and Competitions
The first application for student, team and teacher grant opportunities is now open.
Technology Grant Applications are OPEN
There is $13.5M allocated for schools to receive STEM digital learning tools
Can Project-Based Learning Close Gaps in Science Education?
Putting kids to work on meaningful projects can transform classrooms into beehives of inquiry and discovery, but relatively few rigorous studies have examined how well this teaching method actually works.
Who Wants to be a Mathematician?
The Leonardo in Salt Lake City and the American Mathematical Society extend an invitation to 11th and 12th graders who are skilled in mathematics to attend the Fall 2014 Arnold Ross Lecture. Henry Cohn, the guest lecturer, asks the question "What’s the densest sphere packing in a million dimensions?"
High School STEM Certification RFG Now Open
The Utah State Legislature has provided $5 million to the Utah STEM Action Center, in partnership with the Utah State Office of Education, to support the expansion or development of new high school STEM certification programs. These programs should result in industry-recognized STEM certifications that will lead to employment opportunities in STEM or STEM-related jobs.