Tag Archive: STEM

Feb 27 2013

AT&T, UT Tyler partner to provide funding to students

AT&T and The University of Texas at Tyler will provide a financial boost to a program aimed at increasing the number of highly qualified math and science teachers. AT&T will contribute $20,000, which will be matched by UT Tyler, to the UTEACH Scholars Program, according to a university news release. The program, which started at …

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May 07 2012

Taking time out to revitalize STEM

By Keith J. Peden   For years, the United States has been losing ground to other countries in the race for qualified workers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – the so-called STEM fields. It’s not that American kids start out any less curious about the world than kids abroad. But they are clearly not …

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Feb 21 2012

UT Tyler, NASA collaborate

The University of Texas at Tyler will further collaborate with National Aeronautics and Space Administration Education by designing and delivering ongoing professional development activities that will enhance K-12 teaching and learning, Dr. Michael Odell, associate vice president for sponsored research and director of federal relations, announced. Joining a select group of high quality development providers …

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