Middle school girls learn more about STEM at science and engineering day

The annual event was created in 2011 as a unique way to inspire and empower Birmingham-area middle school girls to achieve and excel in science and engineering fields. The 2018 GSED event is directed by Virginia Sisiopiku, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, alongside the leadership team, including Ramsha Farrukh, a medical student and teaching fellow; Sameera Grandhi, an undergraduate student majoring in neuroscience; Sarah Dulson, a biomedical sciences doctoral student; Virginia Camacho, an immunology doctoral student; Shelly Nason, a biomedical sciences doctoral student; and Catie Scull, a doctoral candidate in biochemistry and molecular genetics.

  • Publisher: UAB News
  • Citation: Web link

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Genealogy Curriculum Sparks Students’ Interest in STEM (and History, Too)

A new middle school genetics and genealogy curriculum will be featured in the National Science Foundation’s STEM for All Video Showcase from May 14 to 21. The showcase will share up to 200 online videos spotlighting federally funded projects that aim to transform the teaching of science, technology, engineering, and math.

  • Publisher: Education Week – Curriculum Matters
  • Date: 2018-05-11
  • Author: Brenda Iasevoli
  • Twitter: @educationweek
  • Citation: Web link

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