Bentonville medical school site revealed; new name is Alice L. Walton School of Medicine

Officials backing a new four-year medical school in Bentonville disclosed the next steps in its development Thursday (June 30), including a new name, building plans and location. The independent, nonprofit medical school is the Alice L. Walton School of Medicine. It was previously called Whole Health School of Medicine and Health Sciences from its original … Read more

Dixon School of Arts and science partners with Children’s Theater Co.

There are a lot of big changes in store for a little school in Pensacola. The Dixon School of Arts and Sciences is starting the 2022-2023 school year with a new principal and a new theater program created in partnership with the Equity Project Alliance and an acclaimed New York theater company. Dixon, a private … Read more

Trane Technologies Announces Sponsorship of the Science Museum of Minnesota’s KAYSC STEM Freedom School

$ 280,000 grant supports equitable STEM learning in the Twin Cities, as part of Trane Technologies’ Sustainable Futures citizenship strategy DAVIDSON, NC –News Direct– Trane Technologies DAVIDSON, NC, June 23, 2022 / 3BL Media / – Global climate innovator Trane Technologies (NYSE: TT) has provided the Science Museum of Minnesota with over $ 280,000 to … Read more

Trane Technologies Announces Sponsorship of the Science Museum of Minnesota’s KAYSC STEM Freedom School

~ $ 280,000 grant supports equitable STEM learning in the Twin Cities, as part of Trane Technologies’ Sustainable Futures citizenship strategy ~ DAVIDSON, NC, June 23, 2022– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Global climate innovator Trane Technologies (NYSE: TT) has provided the Science Museum of Minnesota with over $ 280,000 to support the Kitty Andersen Youth Science … Read more

Labster Showcases Comprehensive High School Science EdTech Solution Package at ISTELive Expo in New Orleans

BOSTON – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Labster (www.labster.com), the world leading platform for virtual labs and interactive science, is demonstrating its comprehensive education technology (EdTech) solution for high schools and universities at the International Society for Technology in Education ISTELive 2022 conference and expo taking place June 26-29 both virtually and in-person. Labster will be exhibiting … Read more

Vanderbilt School of Medicine Basic Sciences names renowned scholar John Kuriyan as next dean

John Kuriyan (photo by Julia Schaletzky / UC Berkeley) Vanderbilt University has named John Kuriyan, one of the world leading structural biologists, as its next dean of the School of Medicine Basic Sciences, C. Cybele Raver, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, announced today. Kuriyan’s appointment, effective Jan. 1, 2023, will advance the university’s … Read more

Midlands Voices: The Computer Science and Technology Act’s future depends on collaboration | Columnists

As hard as it might be to believe today, public education was once a radical idea. Education reformer Horace Mann’s vision in the mid-1800s for publicly supported education was grounded in the idea – a brave one for the time – that a well-educated population is the bedrock for a well-functioning democracy and society. Just … Read more

School, officials believe DeSantis will fund USF science center • St Pete Catalyst

While surprised at Gov. Ron DeSantis’ veto of funding for a new oceanographic science center on the University of South Florida’s St. Petersburg campus, many local stakeholders expressed their belief that state support was just a year away. Speaking at the first USF Board of Trustees meeting since DeSantis slashed $ 75 million for a … Read more

Advanced Learning Middle School Science

Summary: At Seattle Public Schools, advanced learning services are changing so that every student has access to advanced learning options. SPS middle school science ‘goes further’ than ever before At Seattle Public Schools (SPS), advanced learning services are changing so that every student has access to advanced learning options. One example of these changes can … Read more

Lohmann: For Steward science teacher, an Einstein moment | Column

When she first considered applying for the national Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow program, Laura Akesson, a science teacher at The Steward School, thought it was “a complete moonshot.” “But totally interesting,” she said, “and I was not going to get it if I did not apply.” “I’m still kind of in the shock period,” … Read more