“It’s about how to get students into that workforce and how to widen the diversity of who chooses to persist in these fields."
Of the more than 95 teams competing in the virtual STEAMIFY competition at Augusta University, North Harlem Elementary and Greenbrier Middle schools were the grand prize winners receiving 3D printers this week.
Of the more than 95 teams competing in the virtual STEAMIFY competition at Augusta University this year, there were two grand prize winners from North Harlem Elementary and Greenbrier Middle schools. Congratulations to all of this year's winners!
In partnership with the Department of Defense, Augusta University will host virtual computer science and cybersecurity camps for educators and students.
Register for Augusta University's upcoming virtual panel discussions on inclusive learning environments.
Augusta University's College of Education has launched its own podcast, "Room 366," featuring education stakeholders who want to make a difference in their practice and community.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the STEAMIFY competition will be held virtually for the 2020-21 school year. But Augusta University is partnering with the South Carolina Afterschool Alliance to reach more students and teachers interested in STEAM...
Six students at the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences will receive the prestigious Department of Defense Cybersecurity Scholarship, which guarantees them a job with a Department of Defense agency upon graduation.
COVID-19 has changed how we shop, work and socialize with each other. Dr. Ashley Gess shares her insight into a post-COVID America.
More than 150 teams from across Georgia and South Carolina participated in the second annual STEAMIFY competition at Augusta University.
STEAMIFY is a fun competition at Augusta University that gives students in grades 4-8 the opportunity to apply the content they are learning in school in the contexts of either engineering or art.
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New funding will assist undergraduate students in science and mathematics.
A group of Greenbrier Middle School students and their teachers made the Augusta area proud by excelling at the International Young STEAM Maker Competition at Lingnan University in Hong Kong this summer.
After successfully competing in last year's STEAM event at Augusta University, six local students from Greenbrier Middle School will be traveling to Hong Kong in July to attend the International Young STEAM Maker Competition at Lingnan University.
The College of Education will host UNBROKEN, a showcase of works by local artists and teachers from several school districts at The Ice Plant in Waynesboro on Friday.
After the death of the grandfather who raised him, Daon Drisdom thought he should support his family with a career in engineering. Music, however, was his dream.
"Steam is like building a ramp into a STEM building that only had stairs before," said Dr. Ashley Gess. Thanks to her, that ramp now leads right to Augusta University's front door.
The Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is trying to make the understanding and treatment of brain maladies easier, and a collaboration with the College of Education is helping to make that happen.
The transformative power of STEM/STEAM education will be on display at the Jessye Norman School of the Arts throughout the month of December.