Leianna Gallego from Newport News spent her first weekend of summer listening to music, playing video games.
It should come as good news that students enrolling in university STEM programs across the country are increasingly diverse.
Students pursuing studies in STEM fields statewide will continue to have access to some of the best and brightest minds at NASA.
Registration is open and proposals are being accepted for Virginia Military Institute’s fifth STEM education conference.
It’s one thing to learn about the environment in a classroom. Fishburne Military School students had the chance this week to learn and impact the local environment in the field.
The Waynesboro YMCA launched a gofundme account to raise money to bring STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programming to Pre-K, After School and Summer programs.
UVA engineering professor Patrick Hopkins will receive the highest honor the U.S. government bestows on science and engineering professionals.
James Madison University’s outstanding STEM programs have earned the school a place in MONEY’s ranking of 25 Great Colleges for Good Science Students.
Governor Terry McAuliffe and Science Museum of Virginia Chief Wonder Officer Richard C. Conti announced the 2016 Outstanding STEM Awards recipients.
Kaylee Ferguson and Jared Fernandez took top honors at Eastern Mennonite University’s Annual STEM Student Research Symposium.
The University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and Curry School of Education have joined forces to offer a five-year Bachelor of Science/Master of Teaching program, responding to a nationwide demand for teachers with rich backgrounds in the so-called STEM fields – science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Battelle sees a direct corollary between early science education and workforce development in Charlottesville. That’s why its charitable giving spans from support for preschoolers to middle-schoolers and—through scholarships— to students on the cusp their of professional science careers.
Sally Ride Science announced on Wednesday the winners of a nationwide contest for K-12 educators in the U.S. to recognize innovations in instruction related to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) as well as STEM careers.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine announced that his guest at Tuesday’s Presidential State of the Union Address will be Lisa Barnett, Coordinator for Career and Technical Education for Botetourt County Public Schools.
U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner (D-VA) and Tim Kaine (D-VA) today led a bipartisan group of six Senate colleagues in introducing The Startup Act to jumpstart investment and job creation by new businesses.
A protein called GRP78 could be a universal therapeutic target for treating human diseases like brain cancer, Ebola, Influenza, Hepatitis and superbug bacteria such as MRSE and MRSA, according to a Virginia Commonwealth University-led pre-clinical study published this month in the Journal of Cellular Physiology.
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden talks with reporters after the Redskins’ 44-17 season-ending loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
When a university group from Iraq’s northern Kurdish region traveled to study at Virginia Tech this past summer, their home was at peace.
K2M Group Holdings, Inc., a global medical device company, will relocate its global headquarters and research and development operations to a new 146,000-square-foot facility in Loudoun County.
As one of the college presidents attending today’s White House College Opportunity Day of Action, Pamela Fox is putting Mary Baldwin College on the national stage with a commitment to support minority women in STEM fields.
Washington Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy talks with reporters on Wednesday. The Redskins (3-9) host the St. Louis Rams (5-7) on Sunday.
Even the professionals have their problems with rocket launches with about one of ten not being successful.
The EMU database contains 46 family names associated with siblings enrolled in the fall of 2014. Three families have a trio of offspring enrolled, including two sets of parents who themselves graduated from EMU.
Today, U.S. Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine signed onto bipartisan legislation to provide up to 15,000 visas annually for Koreans with specialized skills that are lacking in the U.S. labor market.
There is an abundance of job opportunities in the food and agriculture fields and a national shortage of young professionals to fill them.
If EMU student Jennifer Fawley had any doubts about joining that minority, a recent weekend at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing dispelled them.