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August 9, 2018
Supply chain team lead Michael Somuk prepares for Sandia National Laboratories’ annual K-12 Computer Donation Event. More than 40 New Mexico schools are expected to participate this year.
Sandia Gears up for Annual Computer Donation Event
Students from more than 40 New Mexico schools are expected to benefit from Sandia National Laboratories’ annual K-12 Computer Donation Event.
August 9, 2018
Quyen Dang and Emily Mason, Summer 2018 Interns
Coffee & Conversation with the Boss
What we anticipated to be a get together among interns to share coffee & small talk turned out to be an experience that only few could have imagined.
August 6, 2018
Wind Energy Basics Website
It’s a Breeze to Teach Wind Energy with these STEM Resources
In celebration of American Wind Week, here’s a look at resources the Energy Department has on offer to learn about wind energy and careers.
July 31, 2018
Teachers participate in a hands-on science activity as part of the 2017-2018 JSAT Program.
After-School Program for Teachers Now Accepting Applications
Science enrichment program at Jefferson Lab helps teachers hone skills and earn recertification points.
July 30, 2018
NNSA’s 2018 Mid-level Leadership Development Class visits the Nevada Field Office.
Mid-level Leadership Development Program hits the ground running
New NNSA Mid-level Leadership Development Program participants began their journey to reach their top potential and get the most out their careers.
July 25, 2018
Summer intern Jaime Avilés Acosta studies materials for an ultra-fast particle detector. The technology could also have applications outside of physics research, from detecting radioactive materials to improved night-vision goggles.
Students Solving Grand Challenges at a National Lab
Brookhaven National Laboratory Director Doon Gibbs shares why welcoming interns to the Lab is one of his favorite STEM moments.
July 24, 2018
NNSA's Laboratory Residency Graduate Fellowship inaugural class
New fellowship brings Ph.D. students into National Laboratories for career-launching opportunity
Four doctoral candidates from prestigious universities have officially come aboard as the first Laboratory Residency Graduate Fellowship.
July 24, 2018
Join the Millennial Nuclear Caucus event in New Jersey August 2
You're Invited: Millennial Nuclear Caucus in New Jersey August 2
Join the Department of Energy and North American Young Generation in Nuclear for a Millennial Nuclear Caucus in Camden, New Jersey on August 2.
July 20, 2018
The 2018 Sandia National Laboratories Weapon Intern Program class.
NNSA ensures weapons development knowledge is passed to next generation
During a visit to NNSA’s headquarters, the 2018 Sandia National Laboratories’ Weapon Intern Program learned from the experts.
July 17, 2018
ORNL Liane B. Russell Early Career Fellow Katie Schuman is studying how to put the theory of biologically inspired computing into practice.
Katie Schuman: Giving neuromorphic computers brains and brawn
Katie is a neuromorphic computing researcher at ORNL, where she works to figure out what makes the human brain so powerful.
July 13, 2018
Approximately 250 students and professors from science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs at universities in 33 U.S. states arrived at Brookhaven Lab on June 4.
Summer Students at Brookhaven Lab: They're Here—and More Are Coming!
More than 200 students from 33 states began summer internships at Brookhaven Lab on June 4.
July 10, 2018
Millenial Nuclear Caucus at INL this June.
DOE Seeks Nuclear Inspiration, Answers From a New Generation
Millennial Nuclear Caucus events have been held across the country to engage young people in a conversation about nuclear energy and careers.
July 9, 2018
Science Education Administrator, Steve Gagnon, experiments with liquid nitrogen in a recent Physics Fest.
Jefferson Lab Offers Additional Summer Physics Fest
On July 12, Jefferson Lab will offer a summer edition of its popular Physics Fest program.
July 6, 2018
Sandia National Laboratories materials scientist Olivia Underwood hopes to inspire others through Sandia’s HMTech program.
Sandia materials scientist looks to inspire students through STEM program
For 32 years, Sandia National Laboratories’ Black Leadership Committee has brought STEM to more than 3,000 middle and high school students.
July 6, 2018
Participants at the 2018 MSIPP workshop on Advanced Manufacturing at the Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC).
Minority students in advanced manufacturing collaborate and innovate at Kansas City National Security Campus
University students and professors visited KCNSC for a Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Prorgram advanced manufacturing workshop.
July 6, 2018
Members of the Lewis University (Romeoville, Ill.) team celebrate their win at the 2018 DOE Cyber Defense Competition.
Building the Next Generation of Computational Thinkers
How does STEM move products from scientific discovery to impact? Hear the answer from Paul Kearns, Director of Argonne National Laboratory.
July 6, 2018
Volunteer Eugene Boykin answers student questions during the Cyber Defense challenge.
Kids Learn About Cybersecurity Through Gaming
The third annual Cyber Defense Challenge for 6-12th graders took place at the Livermore Library this July.
July 6, 2018
Claire Lee, Particle Physicist, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Meet Claire Lee: Particle Physicist and Non-Traditional Science Communicator
Don't miss the chance to get to know Claire Lee, a Brookhaven Lab particle physicist, Jedi, and STEM role model.
July 5, 2018
Consortia program directors present NNSA Administrator Ms. Lisa E. Gordon-Hagerty with a plaque signed by students for NNSA’s support of university research and education programs in nuclear security and nonproliferation.
NNSA taps into university consortia to advance nuclear science
NNSA funds three university consortia to advance R & D in nuclear security, nonproliferation, and treaty-compliance monitoring.
July 5, 2018
NNSA Awards $10 Million to Advance the Future Nuclear Workforce
Texas A&M University will receive $10 million over five years to manage the Center for Excellence in Nuclear Training and University-based Research.
July 3, 2018
High-School Students Studying Carbon-Based Nanomaterials for Cancer Drug Delivery Visit Brookhaven Lab's Nanocenter
The 11th graders from Islip High School brought their research from Stony Brook University to Brookhaven for imaging.
July 2, 2018
The KidWind Challenge, supported by the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, is a national competition for middle and high school students to explore wind energy by doing.
KidWind Challenge Wraps up Successful Season
The KidWind Challenge is a national competition for middle and high school students to explore wind energy by doing.
June 27, 2018
Female ARM Aerial Facility staff and instrument mentors during ACE-ENA gather in front of ARM’s Gulfstream-159 (G-1) research aircraft during the winter 2018 intensive operational period.
Women in Flight: The Atmospheric Research Measurement Team's Women in STEM
Women were an integral part of every aspect of the Aerosol and Cloud Experiments in the Eastern North Atlantic campaign in the Azores.
June 27, 2018
LLNL Computational Biologist Talks Gender in Hollywood
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) computational biologist Felice Lightstone served as a panelist at a major Hollywood forum.
June 26, 2018
NETL Dynamic Gas Turbine Combustion Test
STEM Employment Opportunities on the Rise with Increased U.S. Dominance in Oil and Gas
There are 650,000 jobs in mining, oil, and natural gas extraction industries. Learn more about these careers now during World Gas Conference week.