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Nevada Girls Powering Their Way Into STEM Fields

An all girls robotics team at Reed High School in Sparks is bucking the trend, showing that girls can win big in STEM.

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Clean Energy is Part of the Curriculum at CSN

Gov. Brian Sandoval has declared this the Year of STEM Education in Nevada, and this month’s focus is on clean energy.

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People conducting chemical experiment in modern lab EP Minerals takes STEM to a new level

STEM education is key to EP Minerals as we develop revolutionary industrial minerals products for the future.

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two miners walking by a haul truck Welcome to Mining and STEM Month

December is Mining month. Learn how mining and STEM education go hand-in-hand here in Nevada.

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Cybersecurity Careers Growing in Nevada

At the College of Southern Nevada, we are building the premier cybersecurity program in the state of Nevada.

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Governor Sandoval Announces Statewide Computer Science Education Initiatives

Governor Brian Sandoval Proclaims December as Computer Science Careers Month and Announces Statewide Computer Science Education Initiatives.

 

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Spike in more students taking ACT results in greater interest in STEM majors and careers

Nevada saw a significant spike in the overall interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields based on information released today by the ACT. 

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STEAM & Creativity — Embrace Them This Month

November is STEAM/Creativity month, a great time to explore the opportunities that the “A” brings to the STEM learning process.

 
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"Dream Machine" rises McCarran International Airport

A twenty-six-foot-tall, spiraling "Dream Machine" has been assembled near McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.

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We challenge you to use STEM to improve Nevada!

The Nevada K-12 STEM Challenge is designed to engage students and teachers in STEM problem solving as they address complex issues facing Nevada now and in future.

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