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STEM Sports Newsletter – Q1 2019

Check out what STEM Sports has been up to in 2019 and important STEM updates and news. View full newsletter...

#After-schoolWorks

During the United States 2020 budget proposal, the Trump administration proposed to eliminate the 21st Century Community Learning Centers. This would ...

AT&T Advocates for STEM Education

Everyone knows AT&T as the multi-billion dollar phone carrier network. They have sponsorships with professional sports teams and spend millions on...

Science of Basketball

Basketball is a high energy game that involves immense athletic skill. It is a sport that requires arguably the highest concentration of both athletic...

STEM Sports® takes Mexico City

On March 30th, STEM Sports® CEO Jeff Golner made a trip down to Mexico City to implement our STEM curriculum on behalf of HandsOn Mexico. HandsOn is ...

Women in STEM: Shrinking the Gender Gap

Pooja Chandrashekar graduated from Harvard in 2018 with her A.B in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Global Health and Health Policy. She was also...

The Importance of Soft Skills

As a society, we have gotten fixated on the idea of “geniuses” and being the smartest person in the room. We think the smartest people get the bes...

STEM or STEAM?

STEM is an acronym that represents science, technology, engineering and math. STEAM represents the same four fields but adds in art related subjects. ...

STEM needs Study Abroad

Duncan Rocha is a STEM major who studied abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina for six months. He put a pause on his physics classes for a semester and fo...

It’s all in the sole

On March 9th, Duke and University of North Carolina men’s basketball played in their rivalry game. Within the first possessions of the game, Zion Wi...