Students from both Tulsa and Oklahoma City Dove Science Academy participated in the first ever Tulsa STEM Expo on March 7, 2014.  The students were able to exhibit their work, which focused on many different STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) subjects such as physical science, life science, engineering, and math,

52 mentors from across the state honored Wednesday January 15, 2014 at the State Capitol by The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence and its David and Molly Boren Mentoring Initiative. Many mentors, mentees, family, and community members came in support of the event and the mentors receiving awards for making an

By: Jonathan Rothwell     Workers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields play a direct role in driving economic growth. Yet, because of how the STEM economy has been defined, policymakers have mainly focused on supporting workers with at least a bachelor’s (BA) degree, overlooking a strong potential workforce

Thirteen Cities Selected For Their Plans To Bolster STEM Mentorship For Underrepresented Students November 12, 2013 – Boston, MA | Today US2020 announced the finalists of the first round of its national City Competition. Thirteen cities were chosen from a pool of 52 applicants. The US2020 City Competition is capitalizing on the role of

On October 22, 2013, Chesapeake Energy Corporation held an Earth Science workshop for teachers grades 3rd through High School. In this workshop Mrs. Janie Schuelke, the instructor for this workshop, covered a full scope of Earth Science topics and guided the teachers through each topics background information, vocabulary, projects, and

Science, camping traditions and fun all intersect when a kid goes fishing for the first time, learns how to properly measure a tree and estimate its age, or gets to handle the skull of a cow or coyote. Experiences that blend learning science, technology, engineering and mathematics with an old-fashioned “summer

There are always a lot of things going on for children in Muskogee, Oklahoma. From the Muskogee Roughers football team reading to second graders at Tony Goetz Elementary, to the Muskogee Public Library, “Geek the Week at Library”. But the Benjamin Franklin Science Academy made STEM into a family affair.

What is “Sick Science”?  Sick Science is when you get over 100 educators (teachers and afterschool professionals) together with Steve Spangler at Science Museum Oklahoma to do activities with dry ice, potato launchers, Boo Bubles, ballons and hexnuts. We like to call it professional development. I like to call it,

The months of June and July will be ones to remember this year. Not only was the weather great, but they were STEMtastic month for learning about Science, Technology, Engineering andMath (STEM). From STEM Gender Equity to AEIP (Aerospace Education and Industry Partnership) Day, June and July were STEMulating months