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STEM Summit Keynote Address - Vice President Joe Biden

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Keynote address from Vice President Joe Biden, with introduction from CTEq Board Member Rob Marcus of Time Warner Cable - CTEq National STEM Summit 2014 Show less
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  • STEM Summit Keynote Address - Vice President Joe Biden

    • 2 months ago
    • 257 views
    Keynote address from Vice President Joe Biden, with introduction from CTEq Board Member Rob Marcus of Time Warner Cable - CTEq National STEM Summit 2014
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    Creating a Robust STEM Teacher Pipeline

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Informal, thought-provoking discussions with business, education, policy and community leaders on current issues related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning.
  • STEM Salon - February 19, 2014

    In celebration of National Engineers Week, CTEq hosted guests on Capitol Hill to discuss its latest data release, Engineering Emergency: African Americans and Hispanics Still Lack Pathways to Engin...
  • STEM Salon December, 15 2013

    Change the Equation welcomes Kimberly Bryant (Black Girls Code), Allyson Knox (Microsoft), and Alison Derbenwick Miller (Oracle) to discuss the gender gap in computing as part of Computer Science E...
  • STEM Salon - October, 1 2013

    STEM Salon: Are College and Career Ready the Same Thing?

    "College and career ready" has been a buzz phrase in education reform, but what does it mean? One October 1, 2013, CTEq convened a discussi...
  • STEM Salon - May, 22 2013

    Creating a Robust STEM Teacher Pipeline

    Linda P. Rosen, CEO of Change the Equation, Dave Saba, COO of the National Math and Science Initiative, Daniel I. Chazan of the University of Maryland, and...
  • STEM Salon - March 27, 2013

    Sara Watson, vice president of America's Promise Alliance, Jie-Qi Chen, of the Erikson Institute for Child Development, and Sara Mean, of Bellwether Education Partners, discuss the "building blocks...
  • STEM Salon - February 27, 2013

    Arthur Camins, of the Stevens Institute of Science & Technology; Christine Cunningham, of the Museum of Science, Boston; Linda P. Rosen, of Change the Equation; Justina Nixon-Saintil, of the Verizo...

STEM is Cool! Winning Videos Play

SAS got the most likes and Activision got the most views—almost 5,000 . Both criteria are important. "Likes" represent direct votes for a video, and "views" are a measure of how much online "buzz" the video is receiving.

We're delighted to have both videos share the spotlight. The Activision video shows the incredible depth of STEM knowledge that goes into video game design—a dream job for a growing number of kids out there. The SAS video shows the incredible diversity of cool STEM work going on in a single company.
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