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May 23 | Volume 10 - 2019

  Real Students | Real STEM | Real World

eCYBERMISSION offered through the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) is a web-based STEM competition for students in grades six through nine. Students are challenged to explore how STEM works in their world while working as a team to solve problems in their community. Teams compete virtually in state and regional competitions and in-person through the National Judging & Educational Event (NJ&EE) in June. Congratulations to this year's eCYBERMISSION winners in North Carolina! View all state winners here. Each first place team will received up a $1,000 Savings Bond (matured value) per student. Second place receives a $500 Savings Bond per student. If you're interested in next year's competition, click here for competition rules. Please enjoy your e-Update. Tweet us @NCSTEM with feedback or thoughts about this issue or future ones.


How to make innovation a priority in schools

What does the term “innovation” mean in education? Educators, students, business representatives, and policymakers recently gathered at the Watson School of Education at UNC Wilmington to address making innovation a priority in North Carolina’s schools.



NC students named presidential scholars

Three public school students from North Carolina recently were announced as 2019 Presidential Scholars by the U.S. Department of Education. The agency recognized 161 high school seniors from across the country for their accomplishments in academics.



SMT Center honors best of science and math

The North Carolina Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education (SMT) Center is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of the annual SMT Awards. Use the link below to view this year's winners, and you can watch the SMT Center Celebration Video Playlist on YouTube. Also, check out Dr. Sam Houston's STEM Hall of Fame video here.



Find great STEM jobs at NC STEM Center

There are more than a dozen career and job opportunities currently listed in the Job Seekers section of the NC STEM website - including fun summer and other seasonal positions. Quick, easy, free site registration required.



Featured Program

Whole Scholars

Whole Scholars Development is a non-profit organization comprised of STEM professionals, educators, and college students who have united to offer coaching sessions to middle and high school students. Learn more. Click or tap the button below to view more programs at NC STEM Center.




Featured Opportunity

Animation Workshop

In this workshop in Raleigh on May 28, students will have the amazing opportunity learn the basics of 3D computer graphics like creating objects and modeling using Clara.io. No previous experience is required. Laptop required. Learn more. Click or tap button below to view all the great STEM opportunities at NC STEM Center.




NC STEM partners with The Connectory to help you discover local STEM happenings.
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2019 RTRP State of the Region

In Raleigh today (May 23), the Research Triangle Regional Partnership will host the 2019 State of the Region: Grow. Converge. Advance. This year's focus will be on the state's burgeoning Agtech Cluster. Learn more.





STEM Mentoring + Making Awards

US2020 has announced the 4th annual STEM Mentoring + Making Awards to be held Aug. 7 at the University of Cincinnati. The award ceremony will be held in conjunction with US2020’s bi-annual network event. Applications are now open for this year's award categories through June 1. Learn more.





Close It 2019

The leading conference gathering thought leaders and practitioners from education, technology, policy, and foundations will be held at the Santa Fe Convention Center in New Mexico this October. Learn more.



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