For 25 years Science Friday has introduced top scientists to public radio listeners, and reminded them how much fun it is to learn something new. But we’re more than just a radio show. We produce award-winning digital videos, original web articles, and educational resources for teachers and informal educators. We like to say we’re brain fun, for curious people.
Seven Magic Mountains, a two-year public art installation, is located approximately 10 miles south of the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and St. Rose Parkway in Henderson, Nevada. Discover how to apply themes present in Seven Magic Mountains to various disciplines including common science core standards.
Pathways to STEM Nevada was created to serve as a user-friendly web portal that provides information on various programs , resources and employment opportunities for K-20 students, parents, and the community.
As Southern Nevada’s Local Workforce Development Board, Workforce Connections oversees the One-Stop Delivery System for this Local Workforce Development Area. This website will provide you with information specific to your needs.
Ford Motor Company was born in the imagination of a young man with a big vision. Henry Ford changed the way the world moved. A century later Ford is still all about innovation – whether it’s advancing the cars of today or reimagining the way the world moves tomorrow. That’s why Ford supporst the STEAM initiatives that grow smart kids who will have what it takes to show us what’s next.
Hands-on Science Resources for Home and School. Looking for inspiration for a science fair project? Science Buddies has over 1,150 Project Ideas in all areas of science. The Topic Selection Wizard tool can help you find a project you will enjoy!
GoToCollegeNevada.org is a program funded by the Department of Education and the Nevada System of Higher Education which assists students in learning about and preparing for college after high school. It provides information and resources necessary for college preparation. Target Audiences: K-6th Grade, 7-8th Grade, 9-12th Grade, Underrepresented Minorities College Preparation, College Resources Contact Information Phone: (702)895-1925 email@example.com
The Mobile Engineering Education Lab is a K-8 outreach program privately funded by The Mallory Foundation through UNR's College of Engineering. It employs current UNR engineering students, who present one-hour engineering lessons to individual classes or large groups. The purpose is to generate excitement in STEM areas and to introduce students to engineering. Target Audiences: K-6th Grade, 7-8th Grade, Undergraduate Students, Underrepresented Minorities Contact Information University of Nevada, Reno: College of Engineering
This website offers tips and tools to help students make career decisions. Students can create and save a resume, search jobs and access other job search tools. The site gives you the option to register with Nevada JobConnect and the Nevada Job Bank.
This Kansas-based organization is dedicated to creating innovative and supportive education activities that will encourage youth to understand and use science and critical thinking in their careers and everyday lives. The site offers both teacher and student resources.