ASSET STEM Education™, a statewide and national education improvement organization, is pleased to acknowledge the support of eight (8) corporations through Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. The contributors include:
PITTSBURGH—ASSET STEM Education™ (Achieving Student Success through Excellence in Teaching) will address the education and workforce demands of the region by holding a first-ever Biz-Ed Blitz: Connecting Classrooms to Careers on April 9, 2015 from 5-7 p.m. at Google in Bakery Square. This “speed networking” event will connect business and education professionals to share strategies to prepare students for continued education and careers.
Join the Pittsburgh Business Times for an in-depth look at how the region is attracting and retaining a highly skilled STEM workforce to meet the economic development in the Pittsburgh area. This luncheon will kick off with a keynote presentation followed by a panel discussion on creating a dynamic model for economic and workforce development.
In a warehouse tucked away on Pittsburgh Side South are 4,000 boxes that will benefit local students’ education in big ways.
The non-profit ASSET STEM Education gave Channel 11’s Brandon Hudson a behind the scenes look at how they’re helping shape the future of education in Pittsburgh, specifically in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
PITTSBURGH—ASSET STEM Education (Achieving Student Success through Excellence in Teaching) is pleased to announce Dr. Luke Lansberry has been elected to its Board of Directors.
UPPER BURRELL, Pa. -- Penn State New Kensington, in partnership with 15 local school districts, the CREATE (Community Robotics Education and Technology Empowerment) Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, Westmoreland County Community College and Penn State Electro-Optics Center, is expanding innovative teaching and learning through science, technology, engineering and math, the STEM disciplines.
The Polar Vortex is back and it's ready to blast 200 million people with arctic air, lunging into the North Central U.S. this week and expanding southward and eastward.
The outbreak of unusually cold air is expected to linger well past the middle of the month.
We'll talk with John Radzilowicz, Director of Professional Development at ASSET STEM Education.