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STEM Center for Education and Outreach

The USNA STEM Center is focused on addressing an urgent national need for more young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. USNA faculty and midshipmen provide STEM outreach to local and national communities to engage and influence students and teachers.

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STEM Educator Training Fall 2018
Interdisciplinary Integration was the theme for the September 15 STEM Educator Workshop, held at USNA for 135 teachers from Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, and the District of Columbia. According to... Read more
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Baltimore STEM Day Extravaganza
On September 8th, 2018, STEM instructor Rachel Fees and ENS Jackson Cotney participated in the 7th Baltimore STEM-Day Extravaganza at Morgan State University. The United States Naval Academy STEM Center for Education... Read more
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DoD STEM Outreach Workshop
A second DoD STEM Workshop was held at USNA on August 14-15, 2018. Fifty participants attended from numerous commands and defense-related organizations around the nation, including representatives from the Air Force, Navy, National... Read more
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Observatory and Planetarium Star Party
On August 6, 2018, about 140 adults and children attended the Observatory and Planetarium Star Party, a collaborative event between the USNA Physics Department, Astronomy Club, alumni, and the STEM Center for Education and Outreach.... Read more
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SET Sail STEM Educator Training Summer 2018
Wendy Sancho from Fort Bragg attended the first week of SET Sail STEM Educator Training at USNA this July and commented that the program "[gave] me a new zeal for engagement and getting students involved in their own learning. I intend... Read more
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