Unified Robotics: Inclusivity, STEM, and Collaboration

Our guest blogger is Delphine Lepeintre.  She is  currently a senior at Newport High School in Bellevue, Washington. She enjoys calculus group quizzes, writing for her school newspaper, and is a proud member of both her FIRST robotics team and Unified robotics team!   Lego pieces littered the floor. Sean described to me his newest idea […]

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Student Design Team Night: STEMfest for Girls

In early November we hosted a first Student Design Team meeting with the intention of having students help us design a STEMfest event for girls. A STEMfest is an event that promotes STEM-related subjects by way of guest speakers, workshops, breakout sessions, etc. The STEMfest we are planning with this group of students is specific […]

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Perspective From the Road: Student Resources Are Not Gifts

Four weeks ago, 40 educators, administrators, advocates, and the Washington STEM team, including myself, hopped aboard a bus to explore STEM education across Washington. This particular trip was geared towards a large state-wide representation of STEM education in various communities in southern and eastern Washington. Our goal? To spend three days immersed in communities around Washington […]

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