Interview with Judson Wagner - co-chair of the Delaware STEM Council

Judson Wagner Photo Delaware

This past week I spoke at length with Judson Wagner who recently accepted a position as a Physics and Engineering Teacher at Brandywine High School. This will be Jud’s fifteenth year teaching high school science, but the first time he has taught in six years after leaving Concord High School to work as a supervisor for various STEM positions in the Brandywine School District. Over the past six years, Jud been vital in building up STEM awareness in the Brandywine School District and has worked as the supervisor in STEM Education, Career and Technical Education, and Instructional Technology.

City of Philadelphia Selected as One of Seven US2020 City Competition for STEM Mentorship Winners

White House Science Fair

PHILADELPHIA, May 27, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The City of Philadelphia was announced as one of seven winning cities in the US2020 City Competition, a national competition to encourage youth mentorship in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at the White House Science Fair. A response to President Obama’s call to action, this program aims to increase the number of girls and boys engaged in STEM.

Governor, STEM Council Announce New Recognition Program for Teaching Excellence

Delaware STEM Educator Award Governor Markell

Cash Awards, Statewide Symposium Planned for Winners

Dover – Standing in a science laboratory at Dover High School today, Governor Jack Markell and the leaders of the Delaware STEM Council, a group that he founded, announced a new annual award program designed specifically to recognize top teachers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

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