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Spotlight on African Americans in Science

Since Benjamin Banneker and George Washington Carver left their marks on American science, African Americans have made great strides as scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and inventors. » more

 
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Resources & Links (General and Minority Specific) Relating to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathmematics (STEM) Fields.

STEM Resources & Links

Resources & Links (General and Minority Specific) Relating to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathmematics (STEM) Fields.

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Teacher/Student Resources (K-12)

Resources for students, parents, and educators for grades kindergarden thru 12th grade.

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Patriot Technology Training Center

"Empowering Students Through Technology", Patriots Technology Training Center is sponsored by the most prestigous companies in the Technology, Science, Math, and Communications industries.

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PolarTREC

"Teachers and Researchers, Exploring and Collaborating"

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National Inventors Hall of Fame

The National Inventors Hall of Fame™ honors the women and men responsible for the great technological advances that make human, social and economic progress possible. Each year, the Selection Committee of the National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation selects inventors for induction. These are selected from a field of people nominated by peers and the public. The Selection Committee includes representatives from the leading national scientific and technical organizations

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NASA Explorer Schools

This "pipeline" strategic initiative promotes and supports the incorporation of NASA content and programs into science, technology and mathematics curricula in classroom grades 4-9 across the United States.

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Museum of African American Technology

One of the museum science village’s objectives is to establish links in the community with technology as the need arises. SUDA was seeking technical assistance with several of its development projects, and MAAT Science Village needed a supporter and a way to generate revenues. SUDA is providing space and collaborative opportunities centered around energy efficiency in residential and commercial buildings MAAT Science Village will muster the technical talent required by SUDA projects.

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Commision on Proffesionals in Science and Technology

CPST specializes in the collection, analysis and dissemination of reliable information about the human resources of the U.S. in the fields of science, engineering and technology.

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Development Fund for Black Students in Science and Technology

The DFBSST is an endowment fund which provides scholarships to African-American undergraduate students enrolled in scientific or technical fields of study at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

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National Building Museum- School Programs

Experience the National Building Museum: explore the people, the processes, and the materials that create buildings and places! All of our programs help meet national standards of learning and through hands-on activities students gain a fresh perspective on their surroundings. We use the design process to encourage young people to investigate the world, inspiring students to create innovate solutions to complex problems.

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Harris Foundation

Established in 1995, Dare to Dream (DTD) is a nine-month, elementary-school-based program that boosts self-esteem in children by providing them access to positive role models. Co-sponsored by the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department, DTD uses interactive math and science curriculum, as well as career discussions with astronauts and other professionals, to get students thinking about their futures and exploring the exciting possibilities.

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Science Museums

Searchable database of science museums across the country

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