Thanks to Smart Scholars as ECHS Week 2013 Concludes
Mar29

Thanks to Smart Scholars as ECHS Week 2013 Concludes

The Smart Scholars Early College High School (ECHS) Program brings together a powerful public/private partnership between SUNY, EDWorks, and the New York Department of Education. As Early College High School Week concludes, we wanted to recognize schools that integrate students in a college environment to model successful behavior and high expectations while maintaining a supportive and nurturing environment. “Thank you to all of the...

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STEM Smart Scholars Gain College Readiness with Early College High Schools
Mar29

STEM Smart Scholars Gain College Readiness with Early College High Schools

The Smart Scholars Early College High School (ECHS) Program brings together a powerful public/private partnership between SUNY, EDWorks, and the New York Department of Education. As we near the conclusion of Early College High School Week, we offer some insight into the history of the SUNY Smart Scholars – Early College High School partnership. Preparing students for college-readiness and a career in Science Technology Engineering and...

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SUNY Oneonta Receives $612,515 Grant for STEM Scholarship Program
Mar27

SUNY Oneonta Receives $612,515 Grant for STEM Scholarship Program

SUNY Oneonta has received a $612,515 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for “Critical MaSS: Math and Science Scholars,” a scholarship program aimed at enabling students who would otherwise face significant barriers to graduate and enter careers or advanced degree programs in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The five-year grant, which was awarded through the NSF’s S-STEM Program,...

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SUNY and NSF Move Forward With STEM Afterschool Mentoring Program
Feb06

SUNY and NSF Move Forward With STEM Afterschool Mentoring Program

The Office of the Education Pipeline is excited to move forward with the implementation of a recent $2.95 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant allows SUNY to bring the New York Academy of Sciences’ (the Academy) afterschool Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) mentoring program for middle school students to scale statewide through a partnership between SUNY campuses and the...

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STEM Hub Happenings: Teachers Work With NASA to Recreate Curiosity ROVER in Classrooms
Jan30

STEM Hub Happenings: Teachers Work With NASA to Recreate Curiosity ROVER in Classrooms

At Pine Grove Middle School in East Syracuse, NY eighth-grade students are preparing to land ROVER robots on the planet of Mars. Their Mars might be simulated, and their ROVER robot might be made out of LEGOs, but this three month-long project requires students to work collaboratively and learn skills in design, building, and programming to successfully pull off their Mars landing. The students are led by two of their S.T.E.A.M....

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