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Building Rockets to Get Kids Excited About STEM
by Lolly Bowler
Clay Rumsey, engineer with Northrup Grumman, goes around to elementary schools all year to help them build and launch rockets. He and his daughter Keslyn demonstrate how to build and launch a rocke...

STEM: SHINE for Girls
by Lolly Bowler
(KUTV) SHINE for girls is a program, developed at MIT, that uses a unique combination of kinesthetic learning (learning through movement) to teach math concepts to middle school girls. Five middle ...

Tips on Being a Mentor: Carine Clark
by Kaitlin Felsted
Integral to growing STEM in our communities is mentoring our youth. Carine Clark, Silicon Slopes Executive Board Member, shares tips for teachers and industry members on mentoring. There’s no age o...

The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Action Center prioritizes STEM education, which works to develop Utah’s workforce of the future. The program drives research and implementation of STEM education best practices across Utah by coordinating STEM-related activities, creating and supporting STEM education, facilitating educator access to education tools, and aligning public STEM education with higher-education STEM activities.


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