Going for Gold: 4 Winning STEM Student Competitions in 2018
Student teams will clash at academic competitions in disciplines even more important than sports: science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.
February 13, 2018Learn More
Scholar-Athletes of the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy
In honor of the National Day of Service for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day DOE staff went to the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy to volunteer.
January 25, 2018Learn More
NETL’s Oregon Site Inspires Next Gen Researchers by Hosting Laboratory Visits
Students from Oregon State University got a glimpse of what it takes to produce technological solutions to America's energy challenges at NETL.
January 19, 2018Learn More
Sandia supplies essential element to local science classrooms
Sandia National Laboratories donated extra-large periodic tables to public high schools in Livermore.
January 16, 2018Learn More
STEM Volunteer Fair: Leading the Way in Promoting Education
On December 20, federal employees were invited to meet STEM organizations at the 4th Annual Interagency STEM Volunteer Fair.
December 22, 2017Learn More
Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists and Engineers—As We Were Inspired
Dr. Martin Keller, Director of the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) in Colorado, explains why STEM is critical to our country's future.
December 19, 2017Learn More
SRS Women in Nuclear Organization Boosts Outreach, Visibility
The Women in Nuclear (WIN) organization’s chapter at the Savannah River Site (SRS) is fostering a collaborative environment across the site.
December 14, 2017Learn More