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Ohio students become finalists for the International Science & Engineering Fair

The Highland County Press |

A total of 95 students from 39 high schools competed at the Buckeye Science & Engineering Fair for the opportunity to advance to the Regeneron International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF), the world’s most prestigious STEM competition for high school students. Sponsored by the AEP Foundation, the Buckeye Science & Engineering Fair is a program of The Ohio Academy of The Science.

Harrison High students share their love of STEM programs with elementary school girls

Josh Bazan, WCPO |

Through a carefully crafted program they designed themselves, Harrison High School students spent Saturday sharing their love of STEM programs with young girls in elementary school.

The event, part of the Great Oaks’ Project Lead the Way program at Harrison High School, brought the high schoolers and elementary school students together to learn about robotics through several interactive experiences.

Indian Hill High School/Great Oaks robotics students earn P&G grant

Indian Hill High School (IHHS) congratulates the IHHS/Great Oaks Robotics Team for earning a $900 grant from P&G. The funds will allow students to invest in supplies to expand and improve the Robotics Team by purchasing needed supplies, increasing student involvement, and allowing for further outreach to Indian Hill Middle School student in order to promote involvement in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Getting kids – and their caregivers – to practice STEM at home

The Conversation |

Authors: Amber M. Simpson, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, Binghamton University, State University of New York and Peter N. Knox, Ph.D. Candidate in Community & Public Affairs, Binghamton University, State University of New York.

There’s a deficit of engineering content within elementary school STEM curriculum. Content at this level tends to focus on mastering math and science concepts. 

New statewide scholarship program seeks to recognize Ohio high school students for contributions to STEM innovation, entrepreneurship

Highland County Press |

The Believe in Ohio program this week announced the launch of a new statewide scholarship program that seeks to recognize Ohio high school students for their contributions to innovation and entrepreneurship in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

The program also introduces applicants to Choose Ohio First, an Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) scholarship program for students in STEM fields.

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