Say you had a box with a plant growing inside it. For reasons dark and twisted, the plant finds itself quite content to grow inside the black confines of the box. It gains inch after inch each week. Eventually, the plant runs out of room to grow but the box is a box. It can’t […]
Vale Anderson was intimidated by the thought of going to college during her early twenties. At the time she was unaware she wanted to earn a degree in the the science, technology, engineering and math related fields. Five years later in 2013, Anderson graduated from MSU Denver with a degree in electrical engineering technology, a […]
MSU Denver broke ground for construction of a new building that will house the university’s growing aerospace program Oct. 8. “I think one of the most exciting initiatives in our recent history has been the creation of this aerospace and engineering sciences program, which has been designed specifically to meet industry’s needs,” MSU […]
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Science, technology, engineering and math may be the hardest career paths to pursue, but they’re also the fields that Colorado needs most, according to a report on Colorado STEM education released in August. The Colorado STEM Education Road- map was prepared by the Colorado Education Initiative, a nonprofit working with the Colorado Department of Education. […]
A panelist our Auraria students offered words of wisdom as a STEM panel conducted as part of the campus’ honoring of women’s history month on campus. The panel on STEM — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — started at 2 p.m. March 21 in the Science building on Auraria campus. The event was put on […]
An alliance has been created at Metro to further the implementation of a federal initiative aimed at increasing student retention in math and science-based studies.