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Murfreesboro Schools See Big Donation
Murfreesboro Schools See Big Donation

Almost $10,000 for STEM education projects: The Tennessee Valley Authority, in partnership with Bicentennial Volunteers Incorporated (a TVA retiree organization), and Murfreesboro Electric Bradley Academy and Mitchell-Neilson Elementary were awarded almost $10,000 for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education projects.

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Leaders unified to bring bright students  to STEM education, careers at MTSU summit
Leaders unified to bring bright students to STEM education, careers at MTSU summit

STEM educators and industry leaders paint a bright future -- job- and salary-wise -- for the coming generation of students wanting to consider and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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Texas Instrument's Leadership Conference GREAT!
Texas Instrument's Leadership Conference GREAT!

STEM educators and industry leaders paint a bright future -- job- and salary-wise -- for the coming generation of students wanting to consider and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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5th Grader Publishes Book, Held Book Signing at Discovery School at Bellwood
5th Grader Publishes Book, Held Book Signing at Discovery School at Bellwood

Fifth-grade Homer Pittard Campus School student Jada Scott has authored a book titled Talking Planets: The Night Problem. The book is available on Amazon. The young author had a meet and greet this past Saturday (11/3/2018) at the Discovery School at Bellwood.

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Local Students Get STEM Experience
Local Students Get STEM Experience

Hands-on learning opportunities for Rutherford County middle-school students gave STEM experience at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Smyrna. The event was intended to expose those students to career pathways that may lead to high-demand jobs in science, technology, engineering and math -- commonly known as STEM.

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STEM expo brings 600-plus  students to MTSU campus April 11
STEM expo brings 600-plus students to MTSU campus April 11

More than 625 fifth- through 12th-graders from the Midstate will be presenting nearly 300 STEM research posters on the MTSU campus Wednesday (4/11/18).

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Discovery Center's
Discovery Center's "Science of Music" Exhibit Open

The Discovery Center invites guests to learn some of the surprising ways science and music connect at its Science of Music exhibit, opened this Saturday

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60 slots left for Feb. 24 MTSU 'Girl Day' for aspiring female engineers
60 slots left for Feb. 24 MTSU 'Girl Day' for aspiring female engineers

Only 60 openings are available for the 2017 MTSU Girl Day, part of the worldwide campaign to introduce girls to the world of engineering.

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Arts turn STEM into STEAM Week at MTSU
Arts turn STEM into STEAM Week at MTSU

More than 30 Murfreesboro and Rutherford Country youngsters in grades K-7 are experienced STEAM Week at MTSU this past week.

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Local teacher leading Camp STEM at MTSU
Local teacher leading Camp STEM at MTSU

Led by Director David Lockett, a fourth-grade teacher at Homer Pittard Campus School, Camp STEM pushes children interested in the STEM disciplines to increase their knowledge and have fun at the same time.

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Middle and High School girls should register for the Expanding Your Horizons in Math in Science at MTSU event
Middle and High School girls should register for the Expanding Your Horizons in Math in Science at MTSU event

Registration is already underway for the 19th annual Expanding Your Horizons in Math in Science at MTSU, and middle school and high school girls should act early to secure their place.

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MTSU Receives a National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant
MTSU Receives a National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant

There was cause -- and nearly $200,000 reasons -- for celebration on the MTSU campus this past Thursday (Oct. 30).

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ACT To Adjust Testing
ACT To Adjust Testing

The popular ACT college admissions exam is broadening how it reports students’ scores. The exam’s traditional 36-point scale remains unchanged.

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$2,000,000 National Science Foundation Grant Helps Students and Faculty at MTSU
FirstSTEP program is a five-year, $2 million grant funded by the National Science Foundation.
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