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College Students Try Selling Their Research Ideas In The Real World, Sort OfRowan University students took part today in the school's 19th annual STEM symposium.
STEM Vs. STEAM: Do The Arts Belong?There's a growing group of advocates who believe that STEM education is missing an 'A.'
Teen's Solution To Tangled Earbuds Earn Him A Ticket To The White House19-year-old Shemar Coombs came up with an invention that earned him a ticket to the White House.
Kate Bilo: A Passion For ScienceI've always been obsessed by the weather.
Kids Dabble In Science, Technology At Inaugural Young Innovators FairAbout 20,000 people are expected to visit the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center this weekend for the inaugural Young Innovators Fair in Oaks.
Boys And Girls Club Of Camden County Showcases Talent With Water-BotsStudents and staff from the Boys and Girls Club of Camden County and The IDEA Performing Arts Center showcased the results of their STEM projects Thursday afternoon, while also announcing funding from AT&T that will help both programs continue to teach and inspire students in Camden County.
Blending The Best Philadelphia Has To Offer -- Inside And Outside The ClassroomNonprofits and educators are getting together to begin creating a curriculum that blends formal education with informal learning outside the classroom.
Philadelphia Jobs Report: STEM Jobs Have A Lot To OfferJill Schlesinger reports careers in science, technology, engineering and math, the so-called STEM jobs can be intimidating, but worth taking a closer look.
Bucks County Conference Aims To Give Girls A Leg Up in 'STEM' CareersSTEM, of course, stands for science, technology, engineering, and math.
​Science Is A 24/7 Pursuit In University CityApple. Google. Microsoft. Each has roots in a garage: the stuff of legend for innovators from which University City Science Center is drawing inspiration.
Drexel University Partners With TechGirlz To Launch New Game Design Program For WomenWhile the class may look like your average computer class, the girls participating are actually testing a game design curriculum for schools and students nationwide.
Rowan Family Gives Additional $15 Million To Its Namesake UniversityThe $15-million gift will help set up a permanent endowment dedicated to the engineering school.

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