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Girls 4 Science to host Summer Soirée at Gibsons July 10

Girls 4 Science, a nationally recognized non-profit organization dedicated to providing young girls in Chicago with quality STEM education, will host its first Summer Soirée...

Students encouraged to apply for Governor’s STEM Team Awards

Three of Indiana’s leaders — Gov. Eric. J. Holcomb, Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Jennifer McCormick and Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell are asking...

BLACK ARTISTS AS CULTURAL WARRIORS

In this day of the ascendancy of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) a lot of focus has been given to technical supremacy. This...

Black Girls CODE Chicago Looks to Change Digital Landscape

By Lee Edwards, Chicago Crusader Black Girls CODE Chicago is striving to create a generation of African American women prepared to take on careers in...

De La Salle Robotics Team A Growing Success

One of the top teams at De La Salle Institute doesn’t compete on the hockey rink, the softball diamond or the wrestling mat. Instead, the...

Governor Pence Announces Statewide Robotics Program for Elementary School Students

Governor Mike Pence and Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Commissioner Steven J. Braun announced a new partnership with TechPoint Foundation for Youth (TPF4Y)...

ComEd Announces New Way to Support Solar in Illinois

As part of its commitment to driving the clean energy future Illinois’ consumers want, ComEd recently announced a new rebate proposal designed to jumpstart...

African-Americans over-represented among low-paying college majors

By Kenya Downs, pbs.org More African-Americans are going to college than ever before. But according to new research from the Center on Education and the...

Future scientists connect STEM careers and water treatment

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) Commissioner Kari Steele and staff brought a lesson of water treatment to students as part of...

Solar light makes futures bright for students

By Erick Johnson, Chicago Crusader It was graduation day Saturday, February 6 at W.R. Harper High School in Englewood. This wasn’t an ordinary graduation. There...