WELCOMESTEM News Chronicle
We are a resource network with science/engineering business information and technical education information for an international readership of technologists and educators who value more diversity in the science and engineering workforce.
Video Interview Series
This is the first in a series of videos that we will be sharing featuring discussions and information important to broaden understanding of the value of STEM gender diversity. We present facts and personal observations by women recognized as educators and technical professionals. We encourage our videos be shared with your networks.
Our readers represent professionals across technical and scientific disciplines and educators across K-12/higher education continuum who are role models that prepare students as practitioners and future leaders in STEM fields.
These individuals and organizations understand the economic and social benefit of a scientific and engineering workforce pipeline that includes more ethnic minorities and exhibits gender equity.
- Newsletters – Articles from a broad audience of technologists, business leaders, educators, and scientists for Regular subscribers.
- Readers’ Platform – Unsolicited articles on areas of new science, technology, diversity, and education for Regular subscribers.
- White Papers – Articles for Premium Subscribers articles by Subject Matter Experts (SME) and organizations providing in-depth journalistic discussions of high interest to the global community.
- Publisher’s Briefcase – Articles by invited experts with a publishing portfolio included in data collection for education, workforce, and equity policy development for Standard and Premium Subscribers.
Our Mission & Vision
One of the goals of SNTJ is to facilitate the exchange of information featured in contributed articles for all readers including agency officials, education administrators, and business executives across many levels on engineering and technology matters and policy development important for sustaining the economy and to nurture a climate of understanding of issues impacting underrepresented minority career advancement.
From The Publisher
” We expect many members of the science and engineering workforce, educators, and their professional organizations will view the articles and reports in our issues each quarter as a platform to share, connect, and collaborate around our common interests involving advancements in science and technology and their applications. Our personal journeys into our careers are part of who we are and we will share them as well. “
– Lawrence King
STEM News Chronicle
STEM News Chronicle shares information with readers on science and engineering education and business issues. Included are technology developments of interest to professionals that work in research and manufacturing businesses and agencies that are critical to economic development.
The systematic enterprise building and organizing knowledge based on pragmatism and experimentation in the form of verifiable explanations and predictions about the universe.
The techniques, skills, methods, and processes of applied knowledge used in the production of goods or services.
The use of science and mathematics by which the properties of matter and the sources of energy in nature are made useful to people and problem solving.
The body of knowledge centered on the science of patterns and concepts as quantity, structure, space, angles, and change as reflected in numbers and symbols.
What We Support
“Building knowledge that results from utilizing the discoveries of science and applied technology and mathematics to solve problems through the engineering disciplines.”
Our readers in the science and engineering workforce understand demystifying common understandings of who can do and be a scientist or engineer is essential to expanding opportunity and sustaining the economy. Those among the community of educators know that unlocking imagination in the classroom builds student’s confidence and esteem to achieve success in STEM careers.
High school grads ready for college-level science
STEM jobs requiring some level of higher education
Projected growth of STEM jobs between 2017-2027
STEM B.S. degree graduation rate for Hispanic & Black students
Get In Touch
Lawrence King, Founder & Editor/Publisher
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2028, Mableton, GA 30126
Telephone: (770) 262-9186