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Four students from the Kansas City metro recently received national recognition for their passion for STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), winning the Girls Living STEM Award from the National STEM Learning Ecosystem. The award recognizes young women in grades K-12 who show leadership qualities, inspire...

The Regeneron Science Talent Search gives students a chance to gain recognition for their scientific achievements and a chance to win big awards. The top 40 finalists in this competition are guaranteed to win $25,000. And the top 10 winners will have a chance to...

Kansas City Women in Technology (KCWiT) has teamed up with The Full Employment Council to promote a surplus of scholarships designed specifically for technical training for women. Scholarships can be used for any approved program that is 12 months or less in length, based on...

Spring blooms with opportunities to engage in and explore science in the great outdoors. And in and around Kansas City you'll find plenty of places you can learn and improve the environment at the same time. A sampling: Plant an Impact: Earth Day Workshop at Powell...

What are your innovative solutions to the pressing environmental issues faced by communities across North America? The North American Youth Innovation Challenge wants to know! In the 2019 Challenge, students and young entrepreneurs are encouraged to share innovative ideas that: Create better or more effective products, processes,...

Get ready for the nation’s largest Senior High School Showcase, see a recap of the FIRST Robotics Competition, read about how Kansas City’s new award will increase visibility for STEM learning opportunities and more in the March newsletter. Read more...

See how KC STEM Alliance is celebrating 10 years of FIRST Robotics Competitions, Engineering Week and more in the February enews. Read more....

Meet our new executive director, get an update on the FIRST Robotics season, learn about the new HealthTracks initiative and more in our January newsletter. Read more....

New movement encourages area girls to explore opportunities in computer science through outreach, mentoring and hands-on learning Kansas City, Mo. (December 7, 2015)—In an era where new technologies are responsible for life-altering advancements in every field from medicine to entertainment, women are not well represented in...