Posts tagged “STEM education”
The Raleigh-Durham metro area is one of seven metropolitan areas selected for a Google program that will teach elementary and middle-school students about computer science in partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America and AmeriCorps.
Revenue for the Triangle's largest biotech company was up 40 percent over the prior year, and they are adding 100 new jobs at all levels of the organization in the next couple of months while also committing to the local talent pool.
Students and teachers at Raleigh's Carroll Magnet Middle School will take possession Tuesday of their newest learning tool, Samsung Galazy tablets funded by Verizon. The school is one of eight in the nation to be named to the Verizon Innovative Learning Schools (VILS) program directed non-profit Digital Promise.
The Golden LEAF Foundation awarded $200,000 to Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools (NRM) this week to implement two STEM Learning Centers in NRM Schools.
Every year, NCTA honors the memory of its founding CEO, Betsy Y. Justus, by awarding a scholarship in her name. This year, the scholarship was expanded to provide two students with a $4,000 scholarship and a computer from Lenovo.
The future of food research is taking root in some very fertile ground - the minds of students working on the N.C. Research Campus. In an Insider exclusive for WRAL TechWire, read how a new internship program encourages STEM careers
This week Google, with a driverless car and Web-surfing eyeglasses under its belt, has given The Associated Press an early look at how it's trying to change the gender disparity in its own workforce, and in the pipeline of potential workers, by launching a campaign Thursday called "Made with Code."
The Associated Press points out five things to know about a new initiative Google is launching this week called "Made with Code."
North Carolina is now home to a one-of-a-kind children's exhibit that opened Saturday at Marbles Kids Museum in Raleigh. Kid Grid aims to inspire the next generation of great minds through interaction and energy stimulation.
A coalition of 41 corporate and educational partners from the Triangle area focused on improving science, technology, engineering and math education will share in a $1 million prize from the US2020 organization. The winners were announced at a White House event Tuesday.
One team plus one team equals a winning combination for the North Carolina School of Science and Math in the annual Moody's Mega Math Challenge. Durham teams took first and third in the national contest, winning $35,000 in scholarships.
The co-founder of the Triangle's new startup Lea(R)n discusses how North Carolina can lead the country through a fresh process of creating "clinical trials for education technology."
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- Local business booted out by second phase of Hillsborough Street project
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- NC's chief information officer returning to private sector