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Symposium to showcase Delaware’s strength in STEM

Delaware STEM Educator Awards

Education in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) has grown significantly over the past few years, and on Nov. 15 the Delaware STEM Council will host a symposium to discuss how to continue the growth of STEM in the state, as well as award educators who are innovating in the field.

STEM Council Executive Director Daniel Suchenski said the symposium was created so that Delaware could boast about one of its key strengths.

US Congressman John Carney - Advancing a Jobs Driven STEM Economy

Congressman John Carney with Daniel Suchenski and Randy Guschl in Wilmington Delaware May 9 2016

On Monday, May 9, 2016, United States Congressman from Delaware John Carney met Daniel Suchenski from the Delaware STEM Council as well as Randy Guschl and Anne Pfaelzer de Ortiz from the Delaware Foundation for Science and Math Education at the Congressman's office in Wilmington Delaware for a discussion on growing STEM in the state of Delaware and Advancing a Jobs Driven Economy for the region. As part of the discussion, Congressman Carney was presented a copy of Advancing a Jobs Driven Econ

STEM Jobs Grow in Delaware

Dow, JA of Delaware and Delaware STEM Council Logos

Young people considering their futures and careers, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), can find a wealth of opportunities right here in Delaware. In fact, there are nearly four open jobs in STEM-related fields for every unemployed worker in the state, a statistic that follows national trends. Driven by this workforce opportunity and need, the State of Delaware, Junior Achievement (JA) of Delaware and Dow are collaborating to elevate engagement in STEM education and career paths among middle school students in the state.

US Senator Chris Coons - Advancing a Jobs Driven STEM Economy

Senator Chris Coons with Daniel Suchenski and Randy Guschl in Wilmington Delaware June 22 2015

On Monday, June 22, 2015, United States Senator from Delaware Chris Coons met Daniel Suchenski from the Delaware STEM Council and Randy Guschl from the Delaware Foundation for Science and Math Education at the Senator's office in Wilmington Delaware for a discussion on growing STEM in the state of D

Delaware Cabinet Secretary Ed Kee Advancing a Jobs Driven STEM Economy

Secretary Edwin Kee, Dr. Randy Guschl, and Daniel Suchenski of the Governors STEM Council posing with book

On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, Delaware Cabinet Secretary Edwin Kee met Daniel Suchenski from theDelaware STEM Council and Randy Guschl from the Delaware Foundation for Science and Math Education at Legislative Hall in Dover Delaware for a discussion on growing STEM in the state of Delaware and Advanci

Governor Jack Markell on STEM and Advancing a Jobs Driven Economy

Jack Markell, Daniel Suchenski, and Randy Guschl on STEM and Advancing a Jobs Driven Economy

On Wednesday, April 22, 2015, Delaware Governor Jack Markell met Daniel Suchenski from the Delaware STEM Council and Randy Guschl from the Delaware Foundation for Science and Math Education at Legislative Hall in Dover Delaware for a discussion on growing STEM in the state of Delaware and Advancing a Jobs Driven Economy. As part of the discussion, Governor Markell was presented a copy of Advancing a Jobs Driven Economy, a book produced by STEMconnector's

Delaware STEM Council readies new programs for new school year

Delaware STEM Council

Students in the P.S. duPont Middle School STEM lab, in Wilmington.

 

The Markell administration continues its push on STEM education with an industry-backed program for middle schoolers and a cash prize for outstanding STEM teachers.

 

STEM education — the teaching of science, technology, engineering and mathematics — is about to receive a major boost in the First State.

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