The work continues to move forward with Computer Science education in Nevada. Please read these important updates...
Ruby B. Johnson advocates for women, and other underrepresented groups, through STEM. Ruby’s experiences range from Miss Sierra Leone USA to Mining Engineer to creator of her magazine, STEMher by Ruby B. Johnson Magazine.
Teri Mann was named one of six Nevada STEM Teachers of the Year in 2018. She has been an advocate for STEM at her school, Staton Elementary, and in her community.
Guest blogger, Tracey Gaffney, and UNR student, Valeria Ampié, sit down with Maryls Pryor to talk about Women in STEM. Read about Marlys's experiences as an Aeronautical Engineer and about her volunteer work with STEM organizations in the Northern Nevada area.
A lot has happened in the world of computer science in Nevada. Thanks to the work of the Department of Education and Computer Science Subcommittee of the STEM Advisory Council, Nevada is recognized as a national leader in computer science.
As the premier children’s museum in Las Vegas since 1984, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum has worked very hard to ensure that it encompasses a welcoming place for all children and families to explore and create. Throughout the museum, guests can delve into three entire floors packed with heart-pumping, brain-boosting, curiosity-satisfying fun, adventure and discovery.
Guest blogger and one of the 2018 Nevada STEM Teachers of the Year, Leigh Metcalfe, describes her experiences with FIRST Robotics.
Melissa Jones is a secondary science teacher who works with junior high and high school students to introduce them to STEM learning experiences, competitions, and hands-on, collaborative learning experiences in Carlin, Nevada.
Today we're getting to know one of Nevada's STEM Champions, Duana Malone, who has some advice for Nevada's students studying STEM today.