Carnegie Mellon Partnership with SUU Brings Unique STEM Education

Ann BarniaMaking the Grade: Utah works to improve its marks in STEM education Utah Business May 8, 2018News

The Utah STEM Action Center (STEM AC), in coordination with Carnegie Mellon University, is establishing a local CREATE Lab satellite at Southern Utah University. The CREATE, or Community Robotics, Education and Technology Empowerment, Lab is a program that empowers students with technology at young ages and will offer opportunities for young learners and SUU student volunteers. Read more here

STEM Stories: Where can I find reading programs for my child?

Ann BarniaMaking the Grade: Utah works to improve its marks in STEM education Utah Business May 8, 2018News

(KUTV) The STEM educational program encourages the importance of reading to students. The Salt Lake County Library Services provides many STEM reading books and programs. Youth services librarian Jennifer McKague and public services librarian Crystal Snider visited the 2News studio to explain the programs they offer. Read more here

NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR 2016 GOVERNOR’S MEDAL FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AWARDS

Ann BarniaMaking the Grade: Utah works to improve its marks in STEM education Utah Business May 8, 2018News

SALT LAKE CITY (Sept. 12, 2016) – The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) and the Utah Science Technology and Research initiative (USTAR) are now accepting nominations for the 30th annual Governor’s Medal for Science and Technology Awards. Following the final selection of 2016 awardees, Governor Gary R. Herbert will present the awards at a dinner on January 18, 2017. … Read More