STEM Resources & Links
Resources & Links (General and Minority Specific) Relating to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathmematics (STEM) Fields.
- Spotlight on African Americans in Science
- Year of Blacks in Science Tools for Success
- List of Science-Related Organizations
- World Year of Physics 2005 - The World Year of Physics 2005 is a United Nations endorsed, international celebration of physics.
- Physicists of The African Diaspora
- Mathematicians of The African Diaspora
- Physical Sciences Resource Center
- Building Diversity in the Sciences- Explore tools and strategies to build diversity in your organization.
- Allengineeringschools.com - A comprehensive, in depth database of US engineering programs and the universities that offer them.
- The National Science Digital Library - High quality resources that support innovations in teaching and learning at all levels of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education.
- GAO Report "Higher Education: Federal STEM Programs and Related Trends"
- MentorNet - The E-Mentoring network for diversity in Engineering and Science
- Young Scholar Program- The Young Scholars Program offers future scientists and engineers a unique opportunity for hands-on experience while still in high school.
Broke Scholar- Broke Scholar is a free scholarship search engine connecting students and parents with financial aid and college scholarships.
The Engineering Center's Scholarship Clearinghouse - A guide to local and national scholarships for engineering students. Interested applicants should write or e-mail the contact person to request information.
Think Science Kits- facilitate science education in the home school and charter school environment. To make this possible we are producing original, inexpensive, and educationally sound hands on chemistry, biology, and forensic laboratory kits.All of the kits produced meet National Standards pertaining to the subject criteria.