STAMFORD — ACE Mentor Program of America is proud to announce that it is one of eight recipients of the prestigious 2010 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM).
The 21st Century Youth Project is an after-school program that trains middle- and high-school students to develop mobile applications, in addition to teaching those students about entrepreneurship and connecting them with tech-business mentors.
President Obama cited Cornell’s Diversity Programs in Engineering as one of five programs nationwide to receive the 2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring on Nov. 15.
Chicago — An Illinois program that provides mentoring to minority high school girls interested Science and health careers has been given a White House award.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Nine individuals and eight organizations were named recipients of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring. The mentors will receive their awards at a White House ceremony later this year.
CLEMSON — Clemson University School of Computing professor Juan Gilbert is one of nine people receiving the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring, the White House announced Tuesday.
ACE programs gets young people, particularly women and minorities, interested in the architecture, engineering and construction trades.
Diversity and inclusion are two words often used in press releases and mission statements in corporate America, but some companies in the United States implement them in everyday operation. Although leaders in diversity for various reasons, these companies all add up to a better future for everyone.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. – The National Science Foundation has awarded the University of California, Riverside a $599,219 grant to develop a program aimed at recruiting, retaining and developing the leadership skills of women faculty in the sciences, engineering, technology and mathematics (STEM) disciplines, particularly women who are underrepresented minorities.
The economic livelihood of the planet is in turmoil: debt crisis, market instability, double-dip fears. In every government and political institution, across international conglomerates and NGOs, even among the sacred spheres of monetary and fiscal policy – what is absolutely crystal clear is that the old rules have changed. The past is no longer a good predictor of the future.