This summer, AT&T is teaming up with Win, the largest provider of shelter to homeless women and their families from Harlem to Hollis, to support college visits and STEAM workshops Continue Reading →
Adapted from an article from Ed Week by Ann Jolly writes that a tug of war between proponents of STEM education (science, technology, engineering, and math) and advocates for STEAM Continue Reading →
At High Bridge, Harlem River Passengers Boarding a Steamship Docked on a Pier print, Issued 1880 in New York, by Harper’s Weekly Art by W. A. Rogers.
Here’s a great photograph of the grand old Steamboat “Harlem,” built in 1873, at 111th Street and Eleventh Street, West Harlem Pier, New York, 1891.
Here are two great photographs from Digital Culture of Metropolitan New York of the grand old Steamboat “Harlem,” where the docks received at and shipped from the West Harlem Pier at Continue Reading →
STEM Kids NYC, a Harlem-based 501(c)(3) founded in 2015 and featured on NBC’s GIVE show, bridges the gap between current school curriculum and the immediate need to prepare students for Continue Reading →
Underscoring its support for adding the arts to the nation’s focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Teachers College, Columbia University’s Academic Festival 2016.
There are not enough students who plan on majoring in the STEAM fields which are science, technology, engineering, arts, or math.
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