Equipping Chicago Educators to Inspire the Artemis Generation
On Aug. 23, NASA Langley Research Center Educator Professional Development (EDP) Specialist Anne Weiss, Johnson Space Center EPD Specialist Steven Smith and Texas State University Education Specialist Monica Uribe co-facilitated a session about NASA’s Moon to Mars efforts at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Together, with other NASA STEM Educator Professional Development Collaborative (EPDC) staff, they […]
Western U.S. Blossoms from a Recent Infusion of STEM Engagement
Just outside of Seattle sits Renton Prep Christian School, a premier Microsoft showcase school for students spanning grades Pre-K to 10th. Renton’s curriculum encourages students to embrace emerging technology while developing critical-thinking skills through a student-driven, non-traditional curriculum. For example, upon the completion of 10th grade, students are expected to dual enroll in college classes […]
NASA STEM EPDC plays role in Guinness World Record for largest field trip at NAS Oceana Air Show
On September 20, 2019 – Sunday, September 22, 2019, NASA Langley’s Office of STEM Engagement (OSTEM) provided hands-on demonstrations and experiences designed to highlight and share NASA’s work to inspire the future STEM workforce at the NAS Oceana Airshow. Along with Langley’s OSTEM team, the Office of Strategic Analysis, Communications and Business Development (OSACB) and […]
Partnering with Hawaii Space Grant to Engage Young Students with Engineering Design and Stories of Navigation, Scientific Explo...
On October 26, 2019, the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Campus in Honolulu was buzzing with activity as almost a thousand parents, students, educators and community members gathered for the 18th annual celebration honoring the life and legacy of NASA Astronaut Charles Lacy Veach. Three auditorium sessions were held in conjunction with more than 20 break-out sessions […]