Announcements

Omaha Chamber CareerRockit

On April 29, 2019, Posted by , In Resources, With No Comments

A new page has been added to the website CareerRockit that helps inform and encourage students on exciting new STEM careers available right here in Omaha. Students, educators, and parents connect with opportunities outside of Careerockit to move along the learning pipeline, gain applicable knowledge and build excitement for growing…

Northrop Grumman STEM High School Internship Program

On April 29, 2019, Posted by , In Resources, With No Comments

  If you love math and science, are creative and hardworking, and desire a STEM-related career, then this is the internship for you! Students selected for Northrop Grumman’s summer STEM High School Internship Program will work alongside our top engineers and scientists in a fun and challenging environment. Apply today…

AAAS (American Association for the Advancement in Science) UNO STEM Blog is Posted (includes Ecosystem section)!

On April 29, 2019, Posted by , In Resources, With No Comments

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…

April 2019 Newsletter

On April 26, 2019, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

Building Omaha’s Future Leaders April 2019 Celebrating STEM in Omaha A STEM Professional You Should Know! Chris Schaben, Ph.D. Dr. Chris Schaben, is the science supervisor for Omaha Public Schools (OPS), the largest urban district in Nebraska.  Dr. Schaben is a passionate science/STEM education leader who inspires teachers and students….

March 2019 Newsletter

On March 15, 2019, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

    Building Omaha’s Future Leaders March 2019 Celebrating STEM in Omaha A STEM Professional You Should Know! Mike Girón Mike Girón is a painter, muralist, graphic artist and educator.  He began working large-scale on New Orleans Mardi Gras parade floats in 1992.  In the past five years, he has…

January 2019 Newsletter

On February 7, 2019, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

 Building Omaha’s Future Leaders January 2019 Celebrating STEM in Omaha STEM Professional You Should Know! Victoria Novak Victoria Novak is the Director of Workforce & IT Innovation at Metropolitan Community College, Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology, a position that aims to drive public-private partnerships to enhance the Omaha area’s…

Aim for the Stars Science and Math Camps Announcement

On December 11, 2018, Posted by , In Events, With No Comments

Omaha STEM Ecosystems would like to inform the Omaha community of an exciting opportunity for children in grades from 3rd to 10th grade. Registration for these camps opens up the first week of January for 1 week camps that go through June 3rd to August 2nd (no camps during the…

November 2018 Newsletter

On December 4, 2018, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

Building Omaha’s Future Leaders November 2018 Celebrating STEM in Omaha STEM Professional You Should Know! Jim Dennell Jim Dennell is the President of BCDM Architects in Omaha, Nebraska and is a graduate of The University of Nebraska Lincoln’s Architecture of College. BCDM’s mission is “Creating environments that form people”. Since…

Look what is happening right here in Omaha: Ag. Education at Bryan High

On November 27, 2018, Posted by , In Headlines, With No Comments

Agricultural Education Inside the AgroBox By Bev Flatt|November 12th, 2018|Agronomy, CDE/LDE, Chapter Focus, FFA New Horizons View Larger Image In order to feed a hungry planet, future agriculturists have to think outside the box. For some students, this means working inside the AgroBox. When you walk into a classroom at Bryan High School’s Urban…

Biomechanics is a Big Word for Toddlers

On November 20, 2018, Posted by , In Events, With No Comments

Omaha Children’s Museum recently joined forces with the University of Nebraska at Omaha Department of Bio-mechanics and College of Education to host a training for teachers and early childhood educators on how to incorporate science, vocabulary and concepts of bio-mechanics into curriculum for young learners. It sounds like a difficult…