STEM News Chronicle

Reader's Platform

2023-10 Reader’s Platform – Oct. Issue

"A Ray of Hope: The Inde Ed Project's Game-Changing Donation Boosts STEAM Education in Africa." Our struggle to keep the lights on turned into a moment of transformative revelation when Douglas Alford from the Indeed Project stepped in with a game-changing donation. His generous contribution of electronics, STEAM e-books, funds, and time has ignited a spark of hope for hundreds of kids in Africa.

read more

2023-05 Comments from Industry: The Chips Act

Many attending technical conferences, university seminars, and manufacturing association conventions are discussing the Chips Act and if it contains the type of requirements for a timely restoration of chip manufacturing and will there be enough technicians, engineers, and others filling the workforce pipeline. These are some of those comments.

read more

2023-05 Reader’s Platform – May Issue

Science teachers often face resource scarcity in their classrooms. These issues arise due to several factors such as a lack of funding to the S.T.E.M. department, limited access to materials due to vendor restrictions, and the disproportionate cost associated with materials needed for science classes such as tools and instruments compared to other classes. A lack of funding is denoted as the primary reason for resource scarcity.

read more

2022-10 Reader’s Platform – October Issue

This publication gives our readers and supporters in education, research, science, and technology opportunities to have articles published on issues not included in our series of article requests. Articles selected are of high interest to our community of technical professionals, high education administrators, and business executives.

read more

2022-07 Reader’s Platform – July Issue

This publication gives our readers and supporters in education, research, science, and technology opportunities to have articles published on issues not included in our series of article requests. Articles selected are of high interest to our community of technical professionals, high education administrators, and business executives.

read more

%

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

Privacy Policy

SNTJ, LLC RECOGNIZES AND VALUES PRIVACY AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT AND FURTHER RECOGNIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF SECURITY AND DATA PROTECTION. AS SUCH WE STRIVE TO PROVIDE PROTECTIONS ACROSS ALL OF OUR OPERATIONS THAT EXCEED LEGAL MINIMUMS AND TO DEPLOY CONSISTENT AND RIGOROUS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES. THIS PRIVACY POLICY DOES NOT APPLY TO THIRD-PARTY APPLICATIONS, PRODUCTS, SERVICES, WEBSITES, OR SOCIAL MEDIA FEATURES THAT MAY BE ACCESSED THROUGH LINKS ON OUR WEBSITE.

Share This