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Georgia Power, Ron Clark Academy Celebrate Renewed STEM Partnership

Georgia Power, Ron Clark Academy Celebrate Renewed STEM Partnership

Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. commits additional $750,000 to Ron Clark Academy.

STEM Success Story: ‘Why I Owe My Career to Johnson & Johnson’s Bridge to Employment’

The Johnson & Johnson STEM mentorship program for high schoolers and undergraduates turns 25 this year.

Toyota, California State University Dedicate Mobile Fabrication Laboratories to Bring STEM Learning to Schools

Toyota, California State University Use Mobile Fabrication Laboratories for STEM Learning

Four new Mobile Fab Labs will be the first to operate in Los Angeles County.

General Motors CEO Mary Barra: Empowering the Next Generation of Women in STEM

"GM needs skilled STEM talent — and that’s why we’re on a mission to help build the next generation of STEM leaders, including women," said Barra.

Boeing Engineers Read Historic Letters: Women Make Us Better

Boeing Engineers Read Historic Letters: Women Make Us Better

Boeing is dedicated to increasing the number of women in STEM careers worldwide.

Abbott: From Summer Camp To Future Stem Leaders

Abbott: From Summer Camp to Future Stem Leaders

For the second year, nearly 40 Abbott volunteers shared their passion for, and expertise in, science and engineering with local youth.

Toyota Drives Students Forward with STEM-Related Scholarships

Toyota Drives Students Forward with STEM-Related Scholarships

$110,000 in scholarships granted to students in North Texas and Southern California.

Nielsen Employee Resource Groups Prep Future Leaders With Stem Education

Nielsen Employee Resource Groups Prep Future Leaders With STEM Education

In 2016 alone, Nielsen's ERGs hosted 11 STEM education events, engaging with thousands of students.

Toyota USA Foundation Increases Access to STEM Programs with $2.35 Million Award

Toyota USA Foundation Increases Access to STEM Programs with $2.35 Million Award

Toyota provides grants to Project Lead The Way and National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity.

Toyota Employees Earn National ‘Women in Manufacturing’ Award

Honorees were recognized in Washington, D.C., at annual event celebrating women who have demonstrated excellence in manufacturing.

Bayer, Big Ten Conference Team Up to Advance STEM Education in U.S.

Bayer and the nation's leading research universities form a new alliance.

Johnson and Johnson: Scientist Mentoring, Diversity Program is Shaping Tomorrow's STEM Masterminds

Johnson & Johnson: Scientist Mentoring, Diversity Program is Shaping Tomorrow’s STEM Masterminds

Johnson & Johnson spotlights three graduates from the company-sponsored program.

HBCU Hall of Fame Players Honored at Super Bowl

HBCU Hall of Fame Players Honored at Super Bowl

Elite NFL players who graduated from a historically Black college or university, and made history when going pro, were recognized.

Boeing Engineers Create STEM Activities to Challenge, Inspire Students

Boeing Engineers Create STEM Activities to Challenge, Inspire Students

Boeing and educational partners have produced a collection of materials and tutorials for children.

NASA Appoints First Black Crew Member for International Space Station

NASA Appoints First Black Crew Member for International Space Station

Flight engineer Jeanette J. Epps is set to make history in 2018.

Future of STEM Initiatives at HBCUs Uncertain Under Trump’s Administration

Future of STEM Initiatives at HBCUs Uncertain Under Trump’s Administration

Historically Black Colleges and Universities are essential to producing qualified STEM professionals. Tashni-Ann Dubroy, a chemist, former BASF manager and president of Shaw University, offers insight.

Women In Tech

Grooming Women Tech Leaders

Implementing a few key initiatives and programs can make a world of difference for mid-career women who are ready to step into management roles.

Racism in the ER: Black Kids Get Shortchanged

A new study shows huge differences in how people are treated.

Time Warner Cable’s Alan Lui: Managing Change, Motivating People

As his company prepares (again) for an acquisition, Time Warner Cable’s head of HR relies heavily on the employee-resource groups to build engagement and continuity.

Fewer Black Males in Med School, STEM Studies a Solution

A new report highlights Black men are applying and matriculating to medical school at lesser rates than three decades ago.

Women, Minorities Continually Left Behind In STEM Jobs

Despite growth in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) field, gender and racial gaps remain.

Sir Tim Hunt

‘My Trouble With Girls’ – Nobel Scientist Has a Public Woman-Hating Moment

Sir Tim Hunt’s comments about women scientists at a science journalism conference stuns audience.

BASF Science Education Initiatives Attract Female Students

The Science Education Initiatives of BASF are attracting female, Black and Latino students, encouraging academic success in the sciences.

Study: STEM Careers Put Latina, Black, Asian Women in ‘Double Jeopardy’

A recent study explores race and gender bias experienced by Latina, Black and Asian female scientists.