-Carroll County Public Schools held their first ninth grade engineering challenge.
-Howard County Women’s Giving Circle sponsored Girl Power: The Changing Face of STEM.
-The FIRST Robotics Chesapeake Regional Competition was held March 13 - 15 at the United States Naval Academy. Woodlawn High School in Baltimore County won the highest award given. For more winners from Maryland refer to First Robotics Chesapeake Regional Competition.08.doc
-Prince George’s County hosted their 24th Annual Senior Research Practicum Symposium on April 25.
-Anne Arundel County's Chesapeake High School FIRST Robotics Team has returned from the FIRST Championship Games in Atlanta. Press_Release_050508a (4).pdf
-Carroll County fourth graders create a rain garden.
-Prince George’s County elementary school students recently tested the laws of science.
Maryland Community Newspapers Online.doc
-Allegany County Public Schools hosted a STEM Career Exploration Camp on July 14 -18 at the Allegany College of Maryland.
WBAL-TV in Baltimore featured Maryland’s new Project Lead The Way Biomedical Sciences Summer Training Institute at Stevenson University recently during the evening news. http://www.wbaltv.com/video/16946096/index.html
Engineering Success for Prince George's County alumni
Carroll County staff to attend Elementary Engineering Institute.
Dorchester County Students Explore Ocean Observing Systems Activities
On September 29, thirty-seven ninth grade students participated in COSEE Coastal Trends Ocean Observing Systems activities at Horn Point Laboratory. The students examined real time data transmitted from various ocean observing system buoy networks and also collected their own water quality data in the field.
Maryland Students are semi-finalist and finalists in national competitions!
Anne Arundel County sponsoring two events: STEM Magnet Showcase at North County High School on November 5 and Homeland Security Signature Showcase at Meade High School on November 18.
Garrett County, Southern Middle Lego team has won the Chairman's Award for the third consecutive year and will represent the Pittsburgh region in the United States Championship in Dayton, Ohio in May. Pictures are attached.
American students can become top scientists — if given the chance
USA Today Art_Real Kids Research_12 10 2008.pdf
Baltimore County celebrates their partnership with UMBC.
Highlighting the following schools: Dogwood Elementary, Hebbville Elementary, Milbrook Elementary, Windsor Mill Middle, Woodlawn Middle and Woodlawn High School.
December 10, 2008