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in memoriam

Margaret Ashida

1956-2014

The STEM Community is saddened by the sudden loss of our colleague, mentor, and friend.
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 What is STEM - and why should you care?

Key things parents can do to give their children an edge in science, technology, engineering, and math. Check out this informative article from greatschools.org


Can You STEM?

Check out some videos that local students submitted last year in our STEM You Can!  Video Contest.  Students were asked "What does STEM mean to you?"  Check out this great selection of videos to see what they had to say.