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Welcome To Tech Opportunities For Students of All Ages

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AIM Brain Exchange is home to tech learning experiences for youth ages 7yrs. – 17 yrs., and offers robust tech training opportunities for adults through AIM Interface school. For more information, go to:   https://careerlink.com/brainexchange/

The National Science Education Leadership Association –Summer Leadership Institute

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June 28 –July 1 Henry Doorly Zoo and Academy The National Science Education Leadership Association is hosting their Summer Leadership Institute, June 28th through July 1st.  The Institute will focus on how to understand the Next Generation Science Standards and how districts can implement and train educators on three dimensional…

Omaha STEM Ecosystem invites all stakeholders to a World Café discussion!

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This is a great opportunity to network with others that are interested in making a difference around STEM learning in our community.  We need your feedback and support, as you are helping us create an innovative STEM learning culture where every student has a chance for success. The World Café…

UNO Receives $1.2 Million Grant to Help with Nebraska Science Teachers

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Exciting news for UNO as they receive a new $1.2 million grant to help Nebraska’s pressing need for more science teachers who are trained in specific fields. Thanks to a new $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, the University of Nebraska at…

Omaha STEM Ecosystem Focus Group Meeting

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On April 6th, a group of dedicated stakeholders gathered on the Gallup Campus to help refine the design principles and features of the STEM Ecosystem that will be a road map to ensure a strong and robust organizational structure.  These design principles are non-negotiables, the set of beliefs that have…

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium Hosts 35th Annual Metropolitan Science and Engineering Fair

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Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium will host more than 300 of science and engineering’s best and brightest 6 – 12th graders at the 35th annual Metropolitan Science and Engineering Fair (MSEF) tomorrow, March 11, at 8 a.m. The student competitors represent public, private and home schools from Douglas, Sarpy…

Flying Wild – Educator Workshop at UNL – Hardin Hall

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Birds are everywhere…school grounds, local parks, even your backyard! Why not use birds to engage students in learning all subjects? With the Flying WILD Curriculum Guide, this is easier than ever! Through over 40 activities, the Flying WILD Curriculum Guide helps all educators introduce students to the world of birds…

13th Annual Regional Science Olympiad (2017)

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The 13th annual Regional Science Olympiad was held on Feburary 25, 2017 at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium. We had our largest showing of student competitors EVER! More than 450 sixth to 12th-grade students competed in various science-based challenges, such as genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, astronomy,…