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Local high school’s pre-engineering program will be highlighted in NASA national outreach event

Jan. 13, 2022—Engineering design projects by Brentwood High School students will be highlighted Jan. 26, 2022, during a NASA-University of Virgin Islands Educator Outreach Event. The weeklong collaboration between UVI and NASA to provide engaging STEM educational programming includes participation by Engineering for US All (e4usa), a national initiative designed to introduce engineering design principles to students...

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NSF awards $4M to expand national high school engineering program

Nov. 8, 2021—BME professor Stacy Klein-Gardner is e4usa co-director and co-PI The National Science Foundation has awarded partner institutions $4 million over the next three years to broaden the impact of Engineering for US All (e4usa), an NSF-funded program that makes engineering more accessible to high school students and educators. e4usa provides an educational curriculum for students to learn...

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Stacy Klein-Gardner receives 2021 ASEE Lifetime Achievement Award

Nov. 4, 2021—Stacy Klein-Gardner, adjunct professor of biomedical engineering, has received a 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Pre-College Engineering Education Division of the American Society of Engineering Education. The award is given to a PCEE Division member who has provided a high standard of service in alignment with the division’s vision, mission and core beliefs and...

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Vanderbilt partners with NSF’s E4USA to bring engineering to Tennessee high schools

Jun. 11, 2020—Vanderbilt one of 5 U.S. universities to initiate program; 4 state high schools to join next year Engineering for US All, a national initiative to bring engineering courses to high school students, is expanding its reach for the 2020-2021 academic year. E4USA, supported by a National Science Foundation grant, will quintuple its impact with 27...

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