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Elected advocates for STEM and innovation in schools and communities.
January 10, 2019 //

Tempe’s STEM outreach putting Viasat’s Arizona office on the map

In Tempe, Arizona, a few passionate employees have brought Viasat into a statewide spotlight by partnering with the Arizona Technology Council. The goal: Engaging students interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers statewide. “In a 9-month period, Viasat Arizona grew from being a best-kept secret in the Phoenix community to being a leader… [read more]

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January 7, 2019 //

MUSD student tech leaders get a sneak peek at city’s operations

Maricopa – Abi, a seventh grade student recently named as a Maricopa Unified School District chief science officer, talks excitedly about Suni the Robot. “Suni can speak really well, talk back and forth, moves and has hands that work like human hands,” says Abi. She says, “You can see it on YouTube,” Suni is a… [read more]

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January 2, 2019 // ,

Governor Ducey Strengthens Arizona-Sonora Relationship

HERMOSILLO – Governor Doug Ducey today co-signed three Memoranda of Understanding with Sonora Governor Claudia Pavlovich at the Comisión Sonora-Arizona/Arizona-Mexico Commission 2018 Annual Meeting Plenary Session in Hermosillo, Sonora. The visit to Hermosillo is Governor Ducey’s first stop on his three-day trip to Mexico. The signed agreements aim to support economic development in the region, coordinate… [read more]

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December 29, 2018 //

Envisioning STEM Education for All

Whether it’s our annual Arizona SciTech Festival or Chief Science Officers program, the SciTech Institute has been successful in getting a new generation excited about taking the lead in the next generation of our state’s workforce. As it turns out, the Institute (previously known as the Arizona Technology Council Foundation) is totally in synch with… [read more]

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December 19, 2018 // , ,

Mesa teen jazzed by STEM trips to D.C. and Mexico

Skyline High School senior Caillou Peña is only 17 but he’s been making big strides in his determinations to spread the love for STEM. The Mesa teen is a Chief Science Officer at Skyline – an elective post in a program with a mission “to elevate the student voice by bringing their peers and community… [read more]

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December 19, 2018 //

Lopez School Educator Named Arizona Novice Science Teacher of the Year

Shout out to one of our CSO Advisors! Congratulations! Irene Lopez School Science Educator Caroline Estrada Carlson has been named the Arizona Science Teachers Association (ASTA) Novice Science Teacher of the Year. The science educators organization honored Carlson during their annual conference last month. “This is incredibly unexpected but I couldn’t be more appreciative,” Carlson said. “My… [read more]

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December 19, 2018 // ,

CSO Caillou’s Trip to Sonora, Mexico

The following post was created by CSO Caillou recalling his recent trip to Sonora, Mexico.   The power of the CSO program is that it elevates student voice, empowering positive changes in education by education’s most important constituents. By creating a global STEM network of passionate students, collaboration allows for each CSO to have the… [read more]

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December 19, 2018 //

Freemont Junior High CSOs

Thank you Mrs. Brenda Frank, and all your teachers and CSO team for organizing the first robotics club event last Thursday!. Kudos to the CSO team! They have worked hard past few weeks to prepare for the event, joining Intel 50 wonder project. Please see a few pictures of the event below!

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December 19, 2018 // ,

CSO Marissa’s Trip to Kuwait

The following post is from CSO Marissa recalling her recent trip to Kuwait. As a second year Chief Science Officer who had been selected to travel to Washington DC as a representative for the program in Arizona twice, one for the 2018 STEM Ecosystems Conference and the second for the first Chief Science Office Program… [read more]

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