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Kudos! – September 12, 2014

STEM recognition The Colorado Education Initiative saluted the Colorado Springs-based ISAAC company along with six other companies in Colorado. CEI recognized the company’s leadership and funding commitment to develop the state’s future workforce in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). ISAAC President and Founder Tim Jones accepted the award. Land sold Stephen D. Tebo bought… Continue Reading Kudos! – September 12, 2014

Report: STEM growth will require more grads

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Report: STEM growth will require more grads

The Colorado Department of Higher Education released Wednesday its second annual Skills for Jobs legislative report, highlighting trends in workforce development and projecting how demand might change the state’s future necessity. Although the report found that the state is meeting its current postsecondary completion quota for STEM–science, technology, engineering and mathematics–professionals entering the workforce, it… Continue Reading Report: STEM growth will require more grads

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Symposium addresses future of work, tech in aerospace industry

Many representatives of Colorado’s robust aerospace industry agree that their beloved field and its future are marked with tinges of both promise and uncertainty. “I’m excited to say that the day is dawning, particularly at UCCS but throughout the nation, where we’re beginning to see new opportunities — exciting ways ahead in the fields of… Continue Reading Symposium addresses future of work, tech in aerospace industry

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UCCS scores top 50 ranking for women in STEM

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The College Database recently ranked UCCS one of the top 50 colleges in the nation for advancing women in science, technology, engineering and math. Among public and private universities, UCCS ranked 50th for the number of women enrolled in STEM programs by the San Francisco-based College Database. UCCS and CU Denver were the only Colorado universities… Continue Reading UCCS scores top 50 ranking for women in STEM

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When you visit vibrant, forward thinking, growing communities, you will always find they are the home to great universities. These are universities that are significant economic drivers for their regions. UCCS has always aspired to be that university for the Pikes Peak region and Southern Colorado. Our long history of serving the community is alive… Continue Reading UCCS’ Regional Connect works on new partnerships

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WWII aviation experts and educators team for STEM instruction

A team of World War II aviation experts and local educators want to make math and science come alive for children. The National Museum of World War II Aviation and the owner/operator of the Challenger Learning Center of Colorado, the Colorado Consortium for Earth and Space Science Education, are creating a pilot program for K-12… Continue Reading WWII aviation experts and educators team for STEM instruction

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STEM’s yellow brick road to employment

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STEM’s yellow brick road to employment

A friend came to me the other day to announce that he was thinking about becoming a police officer. This came as a shock, since he is probably the most talented artist and painter I have ever met. Up until now, I have watched him provide well for his family through various painting and art… Continue Reading STEM’s yellow brick road to employment

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AFA cadets travel to Pueblo for STEM outreach

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Air Force Academy cadets and professors are attempting to engage students’ interest in science, engineering, math and technology careers. A team of 30 cadets and four professors will be in Pueblo at Chavez-Huerta Preparatory School in Pueblo for the entire class day, providing demonstrations about rockets, robots, gliders, physics and chemistry. The activities are part… Continue Reading AFA cadets travel to Pueblo for STEM outreach

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In the past 30 years, women have caught up to men in the professions of business, law and medical sciences. But they have not made the same gains in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Continue Reading Leaders, educators help engineer future workforce

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