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Conference Aims To Inspire Young Girls on Staten Island Into Engineering Fields
Oct 30 2016
‘Engineering Tomorrow’ is hoping to inspire more young girls on Staten Island to be engineers. The STEM, or science, technology, engineering and math conference was held at Notre Dame Academy, Friday. Dozens of students, mostly girls from five different schools on Staten Island took part. The conference focused on wind energy and water reuse. Students […]Read More
New Providence High School Hosts Engineering Workshop for Area High Schools
Jun 14 2016
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Ten New Providence High School students, along with 60 students from nearby high schools, participated in an engineering workshop lead by Jonathan Keaney, the STEM department head at NPHS. Keaney reached out to area high schools to see if there was an interest in a workshop brought to NPHS by Engineering Tomorrow, a […]Read More
Cedar Grove High School, middle school students learn about math during field trips
Jan 20 2016
Eighth-grade students from the ACE program at Memorial Middle School, as well as seniors from the CGHS chapter of the Math Honor Society, visited the Museum of Mathematics in New York City last October. They participated in an educational break-out session on Knot Theory and then explored the two floors of hands-on mathematical activities. Students […]Read More
Mahwah High School STEM Places 1st At Competition, team receives $1,000 prize.
Nov 24 2015
The Mahwah High School STEM team placed first Friday in the Engineering Tomorrow Challenge. The competition featured interactive demonstrations and presentations by engineering professionals. Students learned about real-world engineering principles. The groups were presented with problems they had to solve themselves using real-world engineering concepts. Twelve teams competed. The Mahwah team ...Read More