Raleigh-North Carolina now has access to an innovative web site linking citizens to science, technology, engineering & mathematics (STEM) education resources throughout the state and nation.
A new web site, (www.ncstemcenter.org) will serve as a one-stop shop for resources, connections and activities serving our state.
The site is the creation of the NC STEM Learning Network, a project of the NC Science, Mathematics & Technology (SMT) Education Center. The project advances science, technology, engineering & mathematics (STEM) education in North Carolina.
The site (www.ncstemcenter.org) provides a comprehensive, searchable database of hundreds of resources that advance science and mathematics education in North Carolina communities.
In addition to the resource database, www.ncstemcenter.org also includes other useful tools such as:
- comprehensive calendar of upcoming events
- background on STEM education in North Carolina and beyond
- links to funding resources
- links to other national databases.
For more information, visit www.ncstemcenter.org or contact Mark Ezzell at (919) 606-7584.