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Savannah State Receives $1.4 Million Grant to Train STEM Teachers

University aims to prepare students to be certified STEM teachers

Savannah State University has been awarded a $1.4 million grant by the National Science Foundation…

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The New Alchemy: Engineering Grammy Gold

Alchemists creating Grammy hits with latest studio technology

As the 56th annual Grammy awards approaches, BlackEnterprise.com contributor Carolyn Malachi takes a look at…

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Teen Makes History as Nation’s Youngest African American Engineer

Now working in tech industry, Britney Exline seeks to give back

Britney Exline, 19, a recent graduate from the University of Pennsylvania, is the youngest engineer…

By Janell Hazelwood

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My Cool Stem Career

The truth is that a STEM degree is whatever you make of it. If you’re…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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How I Did It: Web Entrepreneur Makes Finding Right Products Online Easy

Founder of PlumPerfect.com talks e-commerce and tech-based businesses

Asmau Ahmed, founder of PlumPerfect.com, combines tech skills with love of online shopping for Web…

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10 Best Jobs of 2012

CareerCast releases their annual report on the best career fields of the year. Did yours make the list?

CareerCast.com releases its annual Best Jobs for 2012 report, breaking down the careers that average…

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White House Conducts 2nd Annual Science Fair

It's not too late for your child to participate virtually

More than 100 students from over 45 states attended sharing their latest inventions — from…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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will.i.am advocates STEM education as being cool for kids with new TV special on ABC

WATCH: will.i.am Pushes Youth Education in the Sciences with TV Special

The Black Eyed Peas frontman looks to make science and technology cool for kids

Entrepreneur/artist will.i.am advocates STEM education for young people so America can remain competitive in the…

By Anslem Samuel

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10 Highest-Paying College Degrees

Find out which majors can get you paid in a major way

Find out what majors can get you paid in a major way

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The 5 Sexiest Jobs in Science

Intriguing careers in science, technology, engineering and math that are exciting and lucrative

Black Enterprise comprised a list of some of the sexiest jobs in science. While these…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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7) Show them that science is translatable to other careers. Even if they don’t go on to be an actual engineer, there are so many opportunities for people who have science degrees, says Evans (pictured here). You can go into business and law because science makes people good leaders and problem solvers, says Evans, who has a dual engineering degree from Spelman and Georgia Tech, interned at NASA in college, and works as a patent attorney. Explain to your child or teen that a science degree will open up more doors to employment and make them more marketable after college.

STEM Spotlight: 7 Ways to Pique Your Child’s Interest in Science

Advice and news about careers, education, and business opportunities in science and technology

Looking for ways to pique your child’s interest in science and engineering? Well it starts…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Adding Diversity Into the Equation

Minority chemists face barriers in the pipeline between academia and the workplace

Less than a year after Teri Quinn Gray began working as a research manager for…

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Black Enterprise and a team of educators and business leaders in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields held a STEM Forum hosted by ExxonMobil at Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center in Atlanta on May 19, 2010. The forum, moderated by Derek T. Dingle, editor-in-chief of Black Enterprise Magazine, focused on the long-term and the short-term workforce preparedness in the fields of science and technology, with an emphasis on education (college and K-12) and workforce retraining. Panelists included Donna Ennis, project director of the Georgia Minority Business Enterprise Center; Thomas D. Boston, Ph.D., a member of the faculty of Georgia Tech and of the Black Enterprise Board of Economists; Sylvia T. Bozeman, director of the Center for the Scientific Applications of Mathematics at Spelman College; Dr. Bernard A. Harris Jr., a NASA astronaut, physician and president of The Harris Foundation; and Kevin M. Warren, chairman, president and CEO of Xerox Canada. (All Photos by Lonnie C. Major)

PHOTO GALLERY: Black Enterprise STEM Forum

Experts focus on education and workforce preparedness in science, technology, mathematics and engineering

BLACK ENTERPRISE and a team of educators and business leaders in the science, technology, engineering…

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Talking Points: Poll Says Retire ‘Negro’

African Americans unemployed longer; minorities not encouraged to pursue STEM education

In a BlackEnterprise.com poll on whether the 2010 Census form should have used the word…

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Why We Must Embrace STEM Education

To paraphrase an old saying, it will take a village to make our children employable and our nation competitive.

“To paraphrase an old saying, it will take a village to make our children employable…

By Earl "Butch" Graves Jr.

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Washington Report: Updates from Capitol Hill

High court justice to retire; DOE invests in HBCUs

Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens said he will step down when the court finishes…

By Joyce Jones

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