Exciting things are always happening in the STEM world! Click on the news stories listed below to learn more.

Carnegie Science Center is open!

Carnegie Science Center is OPEN! As you plan your first visit back to the Science Center, here is what to expect.

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Home Activities!

Check out these great home activity resources!!

AIU Trainings: Pop-Up PLNs

AIU Trainings: Pop-Up PLNs (Professional Learning Networks) are engaging, FREE virtual opportunities to explore new technologies and teaching practices while connecting with other educators. Sessions are 45-minutes, held at 11 am and 3 pm each day, and open to all educators. 

Mummies of the World: The Exhibition

Come face-to-face with the largest exhibition of real mummies ever assembled! 
Now open through April 19, 2020


Tickets on sale now!

This is one Pittsburgh event you don’t want to miss.

Museum's Distance Learning Program Wins Prestigious Award

CILC Pinnacle Award Recognizes Outstanding Interactive Learning

2018 President's Award Recognizes Burleson ISD's Stribling Elementary

School Acknowledged for Commitment to Innovative Teaching and STEAM Initiatives

Fort Worth, TX - The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is pleased to announce the selection of Burleson ISD's STEAM Academy at Stribling Elementary as the recipient of its 2018 President's Award. Museum President Van A. Romans presented the award to Stribling Principal Dr.

STEM Share 2019!
STEM Share 2019!

Share your valuable STEM Resources on STEMisphere!

1. Get registered: Create an account.

2. Submit a resource: Add a single program, activity, or event to the website or contribute several resources through the bulk resource form.


STEM Jobs: 2017 Update

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workers help drive our nation's innovation and competitiveness by generating new ideas and new companies. Read more here.

Fab Lab Carnegie Science Center: Mentors in the Making

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To apply to be a mentor, visit the CSC volunteer page.

Carnegie Mellon Launches High School Computer Science Curriculum

Free, Online Coursework Helps Teach Programming Skills 

Carnegie Mellon University, world-renowned for computer science and artificial intelligence, has launched a free, online curriculum for high school students that helps instructors teach programming skills using engaging graphics and animations.

Resources for Early Childhood Teachers

Enhance learning in your early childhood classroom with research-based strategies in the PNC Grow Up Great Teacher’s Toolkit.

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Recaps and Videos From the 2017 U.S. News STEM Solutions Conference

The brightest minds in business, academia, nonprofit and government gathered in San Diego, California, May 24 through May 26 for the 6th annual U.S. News STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference.

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Challenging the Status Quo in Mathematics

Despite decades of reform efforts, mathematics teaching in the U.S. has changed little in the last century. As a result, it seems, American students have been left behind, now ranking 40th in the world in math literacy.

Teaching Excellence Academy: Professional Development Package

Carnegie Science Center’s Professional Development Package, a program of its Teaching Excellence Academy, features an array of educational opportunities for teachers to hone their skills. This subscription model offers the inside track to comprehensive professional development for educators. The one-academic-year package is customizable for schools and districts of all sizes.

What It Really Takes To Get An Internship At Google, Facebook, Apple, And More (Fast Company)
Former interns at tech giants share their paths to scoring their dream gigs.

As technology companies continue to creep into every aspect of our lives, they’re also becoming some of the hottest places to work.

Teaching kids to code helps them in English, math, science and more (SAS)

CodeSnaps no-cost app addresses dearth of K-12 computer science courses

Cary, NC (Jun 26, 2017)

Pitt to Host Free CyberCamp for Pittsburgh Area Teens July 24-28

PITTSBURGH—Local high school students will have the opportunity to receive a 
hands-on education about cybersecurity from July 24 through 28 at the Air Force Association’s CyberCamp to be held on the University of Pittsburgh campus in Oakland.

Microsoft thinks Minecraft can help STEM education (Marketplace)

Microsoft announced today a new version of Windows, with a suite of programs aimed at promoting coding and collaboration in classrooms.

Sunset High School special education teacher Pauline Tatum (middle) cheers along with her students as RoboFlash is announced during the Dallas Regional FIRST Robotics Competition on March 11. Photo: Heather Noel
Robotics Gives Sunset Special Ed Students a Taste of STEM A Dallas ISD robotics team is the first made up of all special needs students to compete at a FIRST Robotics Competition in Texas.

by Heather NoelMar 14, 2017

You can’t.

That phrase doesn’t exist in Pauline Tatum’s special education classroom at Sunset High School — especially when it comes to robotics.

“I think there’s been a stereotype with these kids that they can’t do it, so I’m saying that they can,” Tatum said.

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UTSA partners with CAST Tech for high-tech innovations in STEM education

(April 18, 2017) -- The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) is bringing its top-tier expertise in education to support the San Antonio Independent School District's (SAISD) newest academic endeavor, CAST Tech High School.