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Favour Nerrise: Strengthening the Number of Black Engineering Students and Professionals

Oct 17 2022

Ladderworks is a publishing platform of diverse picture books and online curriculum with the mission to empower over a million kids to become social entrepreneurs. Our current series features interviews by our interplanetary journalist Spiffy with inspiring Social Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Builders, who are advancing the UN SDGs. Hey, friends! It’s Spiffy, back again on...

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DC Everest students build bridges with local engineers

May 03 2022

SCHOFIELD, Wis. (WSAW) – DC Everest middle school students put their engineering skills to the test on Tuesday. 800 7th and 8th graders got the chance to build their own bridge and test its strength. It’s part of the Engineering Tomorrow bridge project that teaches teens about engineering. Engineers from Greenheck and C-Tech worked with […]

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14 Fox Lane Students Win 17 Awards At 2022 WESEF

Mar 30 2022

BEDFORD, NY — Fox Lane High School students made quite the showing at the 2022 Regeneron Westchester Science & Engineering Fair (WESEF). The young scientists brought home honors in Environmental Sciences, Biochemistry, Engineering, Physics & Astronomy, Medicine & Health Sciences, Behavioral and Social Sciences and Animal Sciences. The fair serves area high school students who [&hell...

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Nation’s longest-running environmental charter school breaks new ground in climate education

Feb 17 2022

Students at Common Ground High School learn to change climate for the better. The 10th-grade curriculum at Common Ground Charter High School in New Haven, Connecticut is anything but common. Students in Rebecca Van Tassell’s 10th-grade Environmental Science class are making electric-powered cars — researching materials and turning in their sketched designs by the end […]

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St. Barnabas High School students participate in Engineering Tomorrow Program

Feb 11 2022

Ten Saint Barnabas High School students in their new state-of-the-art Phyllis Grace Mozilo Science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering, Art and Math (STREAM) Center were among 1,600-plus national participants joining a free virtual engineering lab celebrating Catholic Schools Week. An expert panel of presenters, all with a connection to Catholic education, and many to the University of […]

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Thomas Jefferson High School For Science And Technology: IBET Team Works On Phototherapy Project

Nov 16 2021

Recently, the Fisher, Iyengar, Klein, Hamblin IBET team joined Engineering Tomorrow’s founder, Dr. William Woodburn, and Program Coordinator Constance Chiplock for a week-long phototherapy project designed to measure the potential benefits of blue light therapy on health. Students completed lab investigations under the guidance of the Engineering Tomorrow team representatives at Purdue, Notre D...

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