The UNO STEM Education Blog (on P-12 Teacher Engagement), invited by the American Association for the Advancement in Science (AAAS) has now been posted! Here is the link. This is very big kudos to UNO, and our STEM Education colleagues in the community, as many of the AAAS blogs are from Nobel Prize winners, or other high level scientists and rarely institutionally requested, or showcasing a particular institution, etc. That was a bit of an exception for UNO, due to our community-based STEM efforts. The Ecosystem has a linked section, which is again relatively rare. AAAS had heard what we were doing with P16 STEM teacher preparation, our many P12 STEM grants from NSF, and the Ecosystem, and worked with us closely for the posting, doing various edits and requests, and cutting down some sections as they needed to go through the window on UNO efforts. We also had to limit co-authors, as that is usually the case with AAAS Blogs (as they are usually a voice from a scientist and not an institution). We are turning it around for an article soon that will expand co-authors, but an invited blog from AAAS is indeed a big thing.
Here is the link: