Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Coconino High School CocoNuts Robotics, Tynkertopia among 11 projects statewide awarded STEM Grants

| May 18, 2021
11 Projects Awarded 2021 STEM Grants!
Arizona Conservatory for Arts Academics Elementary
STEAMpunk Engineers
Coconino High School
CocoNuts Robotics
Curry and Connolly Kid Zone
Terracotta Garden Creations
Flowing Wells Extension Programs, Inc.
Getting Hands On With Engineering
Fuller Kid Zone
Videography Club
Future for KIDS
Discover Your Future
Patagonia Youth Enrichment Center
Thinking Outside the Box Program
Phoenix Public Library Foundation
MACH1 Makerspace
Pinetop-Lakeside Public Library
Topock Elementary School District
TES STEAM Ahead Summer Camp
Tynkertopia, Inc.
Coding Mentorship Program
Call for Projects for the Sustainability Solutions Science Fair!
Deadline: August 18, 2021
The 2021 Sustainability Solutions Science Fair is a virtual opportunity open to researchers, innovators and engineers age 12-18 from around the world. Arizona State University, in partnership with Wells Fargo Foundation and the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, are calling for projects that drive change for good and develop thriving communities. Awards of up to $2,500 in cash prizes and mentorships in advancing the application of sustainability solutions are up for grabs.
ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives: Providing Motivation, Celebrating Innovation
Incorporating the Stories of Women, People of Color, and LGBTQ+ Scientists Into the Physics Classroom
For many high school students, physics is an abstract subject with complex mathematical statements explaining the world around them. The mathematics can feel intimidating and the introduction of difficult vocabulary, such as force, kinetic energy, or spectroscopy, can give students the impression that physics is impractical or irrelevant in their daily lives. Moreover, women and minority students tend to be dissuaded from studying physics.
STEM Role Models for Youth with Disabilities
This month’s resources from Million Girls Moonshot focus on STEM role models and mentors for youth with disabilities. Check out these wonderful stories:
Article: Becoming Visible: STEM Role Models & Mentors for Disabled Students– An interesting post about the importance of having STEM role models for disabled students.
Role Model Profile: STEM is for Everyone! – Profile of scientists with disabilities
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