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Gatwick commits to equal opportunities for women in STEM

Sep 17 2021

Gatwick Airport has committed to providing roles for women in STEM, as it recruits two male and two female engineering apprentices for its 2021 cohort. The four new apprentices all come from local schools and colleges within the region, where Gatwick has been running a Women into STEM programme since 2018 to encourage more girls […]

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Crain’s 2021 Notable Nonprofit Board Members

Mar 30 2021

Telva McGruder Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, General Motors; Board Chair, Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan Telva McGruder works toward uniting GM’s workforce and weaving diversity, equity and inclusion into the fabric of everything the automaker does. For the Girl Scouts, she helps leadership develop and implement the council’s strategic mission, which includes conveying [&...

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Building Bridges ToolKits Spur Creativity & Interest in STEM

Mar 09 2021

Building bridges has a positive and hopeful connotation to it. We want to build bridges across different communities, between friends and family, and even, to the future. On March 2, St. Mary’s Ryken 9th graders each began to build real bridges, albeit somewhat diminutive in stature, in a hybrid virtual engineering lab in partnership with […]

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TJHSST Partners with Engineering Tomorrow and Mr. William Woodburn to Provide STEM labs for Students

Jan 11 2021

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology partnered with Engineering Tomorrow, a national STEM nonprofit, to bring one of Engineering Tomorrow’s free real-world, hands-on STEM labs on Phototherapy into their classroom with a focus on: – facts and data-driven results – process skills – root cause mentality – being detailed oriented – execution focus [&...

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Professional Engineers Bring Real-Life Experience to South County HS STEM Students

Oct 08 2020

South County High students in the STEM engineering program learned about civil engineering and bridge construction from members of Engineering Tomorrow, a nonprofit organization developed by engineers to increase the number of high school students who pursue engineering degrees. Engineering Tomorrow also provided a kit for students to use for projects at home. During the […]

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Human/mechanical powered plasma: AME faculty/student researchers help create the future

Sep 04 2020

Low-temperature plasmas offer a world of promise for applications in medicine, water purification, agriculture, pollutant removal, nanomaterial synthesis, and more. Yet making plasmas by conventional methods takes several thousand volts of electricity, says David B. Go, the Rooney Family Collegiate Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. This limits their use outside of high-voltage ...

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