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January 28, 2014
Joey Hudy shot to fame in 2012 when, at 14-years-old, he attended the White House Science Fair where the President took a turn using the contraption he had made - the “extreme marshmallow cannon”. Joey then handed the President a card with his credo: “Don’t be bored, make something.”
Introducing the All-Star Geeks of SoSTEM 2014!

Some of America’s top STEM doers, innovators, and thinkers will continue the celebration of all things STEM on the day after State of the Union, by participating in the second annual State of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (“SoSTEM”) event at the White House. Tune in at www.whitehouse.gov/live at 10am EST to watch.

January 17, 2014
Events like Argonne National Laboratory's annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day are produced with the volunteer support of the Department of Energy's STEM professionals. Above, Director Dot Harris visits the event in 2013.
Giving Back Through Our Talented STEM Professionals

In recognition of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the National Day of Service, the Department of Energy’s Office of Economic Impact and Diversity and the Office of Personal Management are hosting the First Annual Interagency STEM Volunteer Fair on February 5, 2014, 10am - 2pm, at the U.S. Department of Energy.

January 15, 2014
During National Mentoring Month we recognize the critical importance of role models to inspire the next generation of energy leaders. Take a look at our new <a href="http://energy.gov/articles/new-energygov-video-series-highlights-women-stem-fields">#WomeninSTEM video series</a> highlighting inspiring women and role models in STEM and energy fields -- like Carter Wall, shown above. | Photo by Matty Greene, Energy Department.
What Are You Doing for Others? National Mentoring Month at the Energy Department

Celebrating National Mentoring Month by working to support and inspire the next generation of energy leaders.

January 14, 2014
New Energy.gov Video Series Highlights Women in STEM Fields

To tackle climate change and advance America's clean energy future, we need all hands on deck. That's why we're launching #WomeninSTEM -- a video series designed to inspire the next generation of energy leaders ready to lead our clean energy economy.

December 11, 2013
Why 3D Printers Might Create the Next Robotic Champion

High school teams competing in the FIRST Robotics Competition should head over to this FIRST Robotics website to put in their bid for a free Cube 3D printer, an innovative additive manufacturing tool that can aid them in their quest to engineer robots from scratch.

December 11, 2013
President Carlton Brown of Clark Atlanta University pictured here with winning students junior Jules Henry (Electrical Engineering/Computer Science) and sophomore KeAndra Goodman (Electrical Engineering/Physics).
Winners Announced for the NNSA Grand Challenge Competition

Clark Atlanta University students' rocket tail component for Additive Manufacturing won the NNSA student Grand Challenge Competition.

December 6, 2013
Unlocking Growth Opportunities for Minority Businesses Through Technology Transfer

This week the country celebrates Minority Enterprise Development Week, recognizing the minority-owned firms who are pumping over one trillion dollars into our economy each year and employing nearly six million Americans.

December 5, 2013
Inspiring and preparing students to enter tomorrow's energy workforce is critical to the Department of Energy's mission.
Join Our Webinar This December on Engaging Students in Energy

Join our webinar on Friday, December 13, as we share information about game changing student programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and energy literacy here at the Department and across the country at our National Laboratories.

December 2, 2013
Presidential Proclamation -- Minority Enterprise Development Week, 2013
Editor's note: This Presidential Proclamation by President Barack Obama was originally posted on www.whitehouse.gov on November 26, 2013.
 
November 26, 2013
WhiteHouse.Gov/FilmFest has the full scoop on the first-ever White House Student Film Festival. Learn more, read the official rules, see how to submit your video, and hear from Bill Nye (the Science Guy).
This is Big: The First-Ever White House Student Film Festival

The White House is looking for student videos on how technology is shaping your classroom - now and in the future. In three minutes or less, tell your story and you can win a chance to visit the White House to watch your movie's screening.