RI STEAM Center

RI STEAM Center

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

Applications are being accepted for the 2020-21 class of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science & Technology Policy Fellows now through November 1st.  The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship is a paid, yearlong opportunity for professional…

NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing

Congratulations to the Rhode Island recipients of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Affiliate Award for Aspirations in Computing – Amaya (Woonsocket Career  and Technical Center), Cassandra (North Kingstown HS), Emily (Scituate HS), Emma (Middletown HS), Josephine…

New Foundational Skills of the Digital Economy

Burning Glass in partnership with the Business-Higher Education Forum released The New Foundational Skills of the Digital Economy: Developing the Professionals of the Future.  This report identifies 14 foundational skills including: 1) human skills; 2) digital building block skills; and…

STEAM Month in Rhode Island

Governor Gina M. Raimondo issued a proclamation declaring March as ‘STEAM Month’ in Rhode Island. STEAM Month highlights the work Rhode Island is currently doing to support STEAM education and economic development. On Tuesday, March 5 and Wednesday, March 6, members…

“Discovering You”

Today, in celebration of National Engineers Week, NBC News Learn launched “Discovering You,” an original video series celebrating the careers of engineers who are inspiring the next generation. NBC News Learn, the education brand of NBC News, produced the series…

Rhode Island STEAM Education Leader Award

The Rhode Island STEAM Center @ Rhode Island College, in collaboration with the Office of Governor Gina Raimondo, the Rhode Island Department of Education, and Vertikal6, will recognize an outstanding educator with the 2019 Rhode Island STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering,…

Report of 2018 NSSME

The Report of 2018 NSSME+ (The National Survey of Science & Mathematics Education) details the results of a survey of 7,600 science, mathematics, and computer science teachers in schools across the United States. Areas addressed include: teacher backgrounds and beliefs;…

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