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Elected advocates for STEM and innovation in schools and communities.
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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December 18, 2018 //

Maricopa STEAM Day

Check out the STEAM Day that happened in Maricopa on November 8th! A few of our CSOs even had the chance to participate! Have a look at the full photo album here!

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December 18, 2018 // ,

Sonora and Mexico Sign a Memorandum of Understanding that will Strengthen Academic Exchange

To train leaders who promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the Secretariat of Education and Culture (SEC) and Arizona Technology Council Foundation, signed a memorandum of understanding with the objective of strengthening in Sonora the Ambassadors program of Science, Victor announced Guerrero González. The Secretary of the SEC and Jeremy Babendure, executive director of the… [read more]

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December 18, 2018 //

Herald Review – Friday December 14, 2018

BISBEE — Clad in neonorange vests and hard hats, a group of students boarded vans for their Thursday morning our of the mining property of the Copper Queen Branch of FreeportMcMoRan Copper and Gold, Inc. They are the first Cochise County chief science officers (CSO), and are on a mission to learn about science, technology,… [read more]

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December 18, 2018 //

Goodyear teen in Kuwait sharing STEM message

Marissa Nolte has seen a lot in her 15 years: Illness and major surgeries, academic victories and leadership positions. Now the Goodyear teen is seeing the world. The student at Arizona Agri-Business and Equine Center at Estrella Mountain Community College is in Kuwait for a week as part of the Chief Science Officers program. “This… [read more]

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December 14, 2018 // ,

Arizona-Mexico Commission

Strong international relationships have never been more important. Arizona’s relationship with Mexico has never been stronger. Last week, the Arizona-Mexico Commission came together with the Comisión Sonora-Arizona at the CSA/AMC Annual Meeting in Hermosillo, where three important joint agreements were signed by Governor Doug Ducey and Sonora Governor Claudia Pavlovich: Coordinated Emergency Services: Establishes coordinated emergency ambulance transfers between… [read more]

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