Intel ISEF Student Experience

Guest post by Langley Grace Wallace, 1st Place Grand Award Winner, 2016 DC STEM Fair-Senior Division My week at Intel ISEF turned into a revealing and rewarding series of “firsts” for me, as a student, young adult and aspiring scientist. […]

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Judge at the DC STEM Fair!

Are you interested in encouraging young students’ appreciation for science? Do you work as a scientist, mathematician, engineer, or do you have a STEM-related degree? Are you looking for an opportunity to mentor young students in STEM? If so, please […]

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Join the DC STEM Network’s November Summit

Washington, DC—The DC STEM Network invites local science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professionals to join 350 experts from national organizations devoted to STEM education, policy, and industry at its summit on November 5 at Gallaudet University. The Network is […]

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STEM Summit Registration is Live!

Join the DC STEM Network as we unveil the results of our landscape studies, discover ways we can support a child’s pathway in STEM, and meet new partners! On November 5th, the DC STEM Network is hosting its at the inaugural […]

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Help us map the STEM landscape in DC!

The DC STEM Network has developed several short surveys to better understand the STEM learning landscape and assess the needs within our community.  Please take a moment to take the survey(s) that apply to you or your organization.  Please also […]

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Harry Wingo to Keynote STEM Summit

The DC STEM Network is pleased to announce Harry Wingo as the keynote speaker of the 2015 STEM Summit, STEM City: Capital for the Future. Harry Wingo is the President and CEO of the DC Chamber of Commerce. In that capacity, […]

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