Skip directly to: Main page content

Category Archives: Education

End the U.S. innovation deficit, universities urge

A new video recently released online draws attention to the “Innovation Deficit” and the need for federal investments in research and education to support economic growth and American leadership in science and technology. The video was produced at Colorado State …
Continue reading about End the U.S. innovation deficit, universities urge

UC Davis boosting STEM for students, faculty and kids

STEM education — Science, Technology, Engineering and Math — is a hot topic these days and UC Davis is in the lead in new developments and approaches. The campus is working to improve teaching and retention of students, encourage more …
Continue reading about UC Davis boosting STEM for students, faculty and kids

UC Davis to offer summer internships in physics, math to students from Mexico

Undergraduate math and physics students from Mexico will be able to take up research internships at UC Davis this summer under a new program supported by the Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento. The program will add an additional place …
Continue reading about UC Davis to offer summer internships in physics, math to students from Mexico

Robots teaching math: C-STEM Day and one-day conference

Two upcoming events showcase how teachers can bring robots into the classroom to help teach algebra, math and science and get kids fired up about careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. C-STEM Day, May 4 — Middle and high …
Continue reading about Robots teaching math: C-STEM Day and one-day conference

Teachers, want to be a robotics fellow?

The UC Davis C-STEM Center has two fellowship opportunities, Robotics Fellows and CREST Fellows, for teachers in science, technology, engineering and math. Application deadline for both fellowships is April 5. The Center is also once again offering its Summer Institute, …
Continue reading about Teachers, want to be a robotics fellow?

Girls Who Code summer program kicks off with Girl Rising premiere

Intel Corp.’s Girls Who Code program will be coming to UC Davis this summer. Now in its second year, Girls Who Code aims to educate and inspire 13- to 17-year-old girls to pursue opportunities in technology and engineering. UC Davis is the …
Continue reading about Girls Who Code summer program kicks off with Girl Rising premiere

Tour campus museums on Super Science Saturday, Feb. 2

The day before Super Bowl Sunday, take an afternoon for some super science museums. UC Davis’s second annual Biodiversity Museum Day will take place Saturday, February 2, from 1 to 4 pm.  The event is a special opportunity to go …
Continue reading about Tour campus museums on Super Science Saturday, Feb. 2

UC Davis C-STEM Center Wins NSF Grant for Learning Math with Robots

Contributed by Harry Cheng The UC Davis C-STEM Center has received a grant of $300,000 from the National Science Foundation to study collaborative mathematics learning with robots. The two-year project aims to transform math education by integrating computer programming, robotics, …
Continue reading about UC Davis C-STEM Center Wins NSF Grant for Learning Math with Robots

UC Davis magazine: Entrepreneurs, guns, domes

The Spring issue of UC Davis Magazine is on its way out to alumni and parents, and available online at the magazine’s website and in a new online “zmag” format. The cover story of this issue, by Clifton Parker, is …
Continue reading about UC Davis magazine: Entrepreneurs, guns, domes

Weekend workshop prepares “Counselors for Computing”

School counselors will gather at the UC Davis Conference Center Saturday for a workshop on how to guide and advise school students interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The counselors will hear from both teachers and …
Continue reading about Weekend workshop prepares “Counselors for Computing”