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Author of “Hidden Figures” Margo Lee Shetterly at the 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards
February 22, 2017
Author Margot Lee Shetterly talks about the inception of her book "Hidden Figures" Host: Brandon I. Brooks ... read more / watch video »
Aldis Hodge from “Hidden Figures” at the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards
February 14, 2017
"Hidden Figures" actor Aldis Hodge talks about how being an actor impacted his life. Host: Brittany K. Jackson ... read more / watch video »
From Compton to Google Anthony Mays shares his story on how computers changed his life.
December 22, 2016
As a kid growing up in Compton, Anthony Mays thought that people like him couldn't get a job in computer science, but he is now a software engineer for the most visited site in the world, Google. ... read more »
National Society Of Black Engineers And Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Partner To Produce 10,000 Black Engineers Annually
October 5, 2016
With the agreement, NSBE and KAΨ have pledged to promote and facilitate STEM education and career readiness for pre-college students from groups that are underrepresented in these fields. ... read more »
Compton Scholar Isaiah Cooper Takes Flight on Record-Breaking Journey Around the U.S.
July 13, 2016
Compton Unified School District's Isaiah Cooper is piloting his way into the record books at the age of 16. ... read more »
Los Angeles Native Appointed Dean of Student Retention & Title III Administrator at Texas College
June 29, 2016
Cedar Valley College recently announced the appointment of Dr. Osaro E. Airen as the school’s new Dean of Student Retention & Title III Administrator. ... read more »
Dorsey Students Complete College Board Pilot Class
May 18, 2016
 The results of the pilot test will provide information to determine the final questions for the forthcoming AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) Exam ... read more »
Calif. For Energy Independence partners with the L.A. Urban League to promote STEM
April 28, 2016
Californians for Energy Independence and the Los Angeles Urban League have partnered on an educational program to encourage high school and college students to explore jobs in the energy industry. The program - “Careers in Energy” – focuses on the importance of STEM studies: science, technology, engineering and math. More than eighty-five local high school students attended the event and learned how excelling in STEM can lead to high paying jobs after college. ... read more »
Still Time to Apply for $1.2 Million Edison Scholars Program
December 29, 2015
High school seniors who have their sights set on becoming engineers and plan to study science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) in college still have time to apply for Edison International’s $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program. ... read more »
Why STEM Education is so Important for African American Youths
December 23, 2015
I wish that I could say that I was surprised by the racist rhetoric spewed by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in reference to the Black student’s need for a “slower paced university, ... read more »
Application Period Runs Through Feb. 1 for $1.2 Million Edison Scholars Program
December 16, 2015
Edison International’s $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program, which helps high school seniors realize their dreams of attending college and pursuing studies in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM), announces the start of its 2015-16 application period running today through Feb. 1. ... read more »
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