Home Tags Stem

Tag: stem

Miles College Builds More Partnerships with Global Brands

The Birmingham Times It’s been a banner past four weeks for Miles College. On Monday, the school announced it will become a community center for Coding...

Miles College Collaborates With Apple To Becomes Center for Coding and...

miles.edu  Miles College announced Monday it will become a community center for Coding and Creativity as part of Apple’s Community Education Initiative and Tennessee State University’s...

Miles College Receives Grant from Alabama Power for Critical Tech needs

miles.edu Miles College is receiving a grant from Alabama Power and its parent, Southern Company, to support the Miles College Empowerment Center for Digital Excellence in...

Waymond Jackson Jr. Hired as First CEO of tech-focused Ed Farm

By Michael Tomberlin Alabama NewsCenter Ed Farm has hired Waymond Jackson Jr. as its first CEO. Short for “education farm,” the tech-focused education and workforce development initiative...

Code the Classic Matches HBCU Students with Area Businesses

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times More than 100 students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across Alabama gathered at Innovation Depot in downtown Birmingham...

UAB Awarded $1M Grant to Achieve Gender Equity in STEM

By Ashleigh Aldridge UAB News The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion has received a $1.25 million ADVANCE grant from the National...

Overcoming Challenges and Finding Success in the STEM Field

By Idrissa N. Snider For The Birmingham Times One of the more challenging fields for African Americans remain STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) but there are...

Birmingham students awarded scholarships to fuel their studies in technical fields

By Keisa Sharpe Alabama Newscenter The Birmingham chapter of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) recently awarded five students scholarships to further their studies. The mission of...

National Council of Negro Women hosts GirlTech forum

By Lauren Poteat BlackPressUSA As the U.S. continues to push towards a more information-based economy, job opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics...

Alabama Power hosts iCan Girls Engineering Conference

By Nancy Prater Alabama Newscenter Teen girls think chemical engineering is a world away, but, actually, it’s as close as their lips. Making lip gloss with household...

Trending Now