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Interview with Kiara Byrd

Ms. Kiara Byrd, who started as a STEM Facilitator for Sisters4Science at three of our schools in 2014 – 2015, has returned and taken on the role of Program Coordinator to help increase our program quality and student engagement!

By | Wednesday, May 11, 2016|News|

Facilitator Spotlight: Vanessa Rivera

PE Intern Amber Myers Speaks With Vanessa Rivera a 1st year STEM Facilitator.

By | Friday, November 13, 2015|News|

Clinton Global Initiative America: Thinkers and Doers Put some STEAM into STEM Education

June 9, 2012 What’s the best way to make a dent in a really big problem? Put some big minds into a room, have them brainstorm some big ideas for two days – with breaks for food and inspiring examples of ideas that work – and let them know you expect them not [...]

By | Tuesday, June 12, 2012|News|

President Clinton, STEM, and America on the Horizon

YES! This is a picture of President Bill Clinton and me at the Chicago Club last night. True, I am not exactly standing next to him, but boy was it exciting anyways! On April 23rd, 2012, I had a chance to be part of a reception hosted by President Clinton as he gathers momentum for the upcoming Clinton Global Initiative America gathering, which will take place here in Chicago on June 7th and 8th. […]

By | Tuesday, April 24, 2012|News|

GENERATION STEM – The Girl Scouts Are Letting Us Hear From Girls

February 18, 2012 The new Girl Scouts report, Generation STEM, does a great job at letting us hear from girls! In short: Girls like and believe they can do STEM - but they want and need  more opportunities to get involved and know what's out there. Project Exploration's suite of girls-only programming (Sisters4Science, [...]

By | Saturday, February 18, 2012|News|

Help! Turn the Question Mark into an EXCLAMATION point for Project Exploration and STEM!

ALL call for comments! Blogger and education reporter Alex Russo did a shout out about Project Exploration on District 299 -- but titles it with a question mark. " He writes, "Sounds nice - but relatively small given the size of CPS.  Ever seen the program at work?  Got anything to say about it?  You [...]

By | Friday, January 20, 2012|News|