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Learning opportunities and career development are critical for local ecosystem

Local organizations say education and career development is an ongoing progress. Julie Sigmon, director of Omaha STEM Ecosystem, said the most significant trend in the industry right now is that business and education are collaborating to ensure Omaha remains a vibrant community of innovation. View the full article in the…

Omaha STEM Ecosystem offers online resources for families

The Omaha STEM Ecosystem has provided a resource list with online links that families can use that can help with productivity and connection, especially in relation to science, technology, engineering and math. Click to view full article.

August 2019 Newsletter

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 Building Omaha’s Future Leaders August 2019 Celebrating STEM in Omaha A STEM Professional You Should Know! Stephan Grot Stephan Grot, Executive Director of the creative center KANEKO, credits his unique and fulfilling career path to his simultaneous passions for STEM and art. As a child, he loved multiple mediums of…

June 2019 Newsletter

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 Building Omaha’s Future Leaders June 2019 Celebrating STEM in Omaha A STEM Professional You Should Know! Elizabeth Mulkerrin Dr. Elizabeth Mulkerrin’s love for both science and education is what drives her success as Vice President of Education at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. A Nebraska native, she received her…

May 2019 Newsletter

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Building Omaha’s Future Leaders May 2019 Celebrating STEM in Omaha A STEM Professional You Should Know! Tracie Reding Tracie Evans Reding has 14 years of experience in the education field including secondary and post-secondary settings.  She currently serves as the STEM Outreach Coordinator at the University of Nebraska at Omaha…

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

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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…

October 2018 Newsletter

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Building Omaha’s Future Leaders October 2018 Celebrating STEM In Omaha STEM Professional You Should Know! Christine Cutucache, Ph.D. Christine Cutucache, Ph.D. is the Haddix Community Chair of Science and Associate Professor of Biology at UNO. Even though Dr. C is a Wisconsin native, she received all of her formal training here…

STEM Daily News Alert- October 25, 2018

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News Alert From STEM Daily The STEM News Aggregator Thursday, October 25, 2018 K-12 Education Talia Milgrom-Elcott (Founder & Executive Director, 100Kin10): Want To Keep Students Engaged? Ask, Don’t Tell (Forbes)  Quick: Think about something new you learned in the last year. It could be anything – an improved swing,…

STEM News Update: Northwest High Chemistry Class Conducts Water Testing Project at Pawnee Creek October, 2018

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Video From Channel 3 News attached in link below: https://www.3newsnow.com/news/local-news/itc-northwest-high-take-chemistry-class-to-pawnee-creek    ASHLAND, Neb. (KMTV) – Students at Northwest High got down and dirty this morning at the Wildlife Safari Park in Ashland. It was no field trip for the chemistry class. Instead, they were researchers for the day. Going into Pawnee…

STEM Daily News Alert October 19th 2018

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  News Alert From STEM Daily The Stem News Aggregator Friday, October 19, 2018 Diversity in STEM English-Learners Often Denied Full Access to STEM Education, Report Finds (Education Week)  School systems across the country should do more to ensure that current and former English-language learners have access to STEM education,…