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STEM Rising is your go-to resource for all-things-STEM at the U.S. Department of Energy. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, commonly known as STEM, are the essential building blocks to accomplishing the U.S. Department of Energy's mission from coast to coast.

STEM Rising inspires, educates, and sparks lifelong success in STEM by sharing resources & events from the National Labs, National Nuclear Security Administration, and program offices. View our STEM resources for students, teachers, and workforce on this site and keep in touch with our monthly newsletter or social media (#STEMRising on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter). Questions? Want to reach out? Email, Director of STEM Rising.

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Kindergarten - High School
K-12 resources compiled by STEM Rising, all-things-STEM at the U.S. Department of Energy.
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College & Continued Learning
View our STEM internships, fellowships, research opportunities, workshops, events, contests, digital learning, and more on this page.
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Teachers for all ages - are you looking for STEM lesson activities, virtual learning, and research opportunities? You're in the right place.
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STEM resources for people currently in the STEM workforce, including online learning, experiential learning, and grants and research opportunities.
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STEM Rising Blog

The Red Planet: How DOE Was Instrumental to the Perseverance Rover
Today, around 3:55pm EST, NASA successfully landed the Perseverance Rover on Mars. Learn what the DOE did to help make that happen.
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DOE Announces Teams to Compete in the 2022 Collegiate Wind Competition
DOE announces 11 teams selected to compete in the 2022 Collegiate wind competition, where students will design, build, and test a model wind turbine.
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National Security Leader Earns Career Achievement in Government Award
Zach Tudor, who leads Idaho National Laboratory’s national and homeland security research programs, will receive the Career Achievement in Government
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What Hollywood Gets Wrong (and Right!) About Protecting the Earth from Asteroids
Meet Kirsten Howley, the real-life astrophysicist working to prevent “Armageddon”.
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New Virtual Platform Shows Students the Science Behind Everyday Objects
See the Science targets middle-school students—especially girls—with educational videos, games, and Q&A sessions with experts.
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PNNL and NC State Team up to Create Grad Research Program
Collaboration to provide emerging data scientists real-world experiences.
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Accelerating Women's Leadership in the Clean Energy Sector
The DOE is taking action to accelerate gender diversity in clean energy fields. Learn about our work here.
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Countdown to the Mars Perseverance Landing with the People who Made it Possible
U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories who made the Perseverance Rover’s mission to Mars possible, Feb 16, 1 p.m. MST.
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Delivering on STEM & Workforce Development for the Future of the Planet
DOE's work on STEM and workforce training is a critical part of the fight in the battle to save our planet and address the climate crisis.
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Department of Energy Partners with Youngstown State University and Oak Ridge National Laboratory to Support Battery Manufacturing Workforce
The $1 million project will assist in the development of an Energy Storage Workforce Innovation Center, a training center based in the Midwest.
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Other STEM Resources

All in STEM
Diversity and inclusion in the STEM workforce produces better results, is a moral imperative, and is a mission imperative.
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Virtual Tours of the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories
Take a tour from your computer of our 17 National Laboratories, powerhouses of science research and innovation.
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Women in Energy
A page showcasing the leadership and contributions of women in the energy sector and encouraging girls to continue studying STEM.
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K-12 Educators and Students Links from the National Laboratories
This page features content from the National Laboratories in K-12 educator and student resources, compiled by the Office of Science.
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Charting a Course for Success: America's Strategy for STEM Education
The new CoSTEM 5-year Strategic Plan was released at the White House on Tuesday December 4th.
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