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26 articles tagged with "science and engineering"

5 Great Places to Look for STEM Volunteer Opportunities in High School

Looking for a way to volunteer and pursue your love of STEM at the same time? Here are five opportunities high schoolers should learn more about.

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Interested in Tech? What You Need to Know About Institutes of Technology

Institutes of technology are highly specialized schools with a lot to offer all students. Here's why a tech institute could be the right choice for you.

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Freelance Writer

What Makes a Great STEM Student? 5 Ways to Become One

One bad experience with science or math shouldn’t ruin the disciplines for you forever. You can reclaim your identity as a great STEM student with this advice.

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Professor of Education, University of Southern California

Great Colleges and Universities for Science and Engineering in the Northeast

Want to study the Earth's mantle or outer space? Newton's laws of motion or laws of thermodynamics? These colleges in the Northeastern US are all great options!

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Great Colleges and Universities for Science and Engineering in the Midwest

There are amazing colleges and universities for STEM across the country, including the Midwest. Search for your best-fit science and engineering school here!

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Great Colleges and Universities for Science and Engineering in the South

Ready to change the world with a STEM degree? These colleges and universities in the Southern US are all great places to study Science and Engineering.

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Great Colleges and Universities for Science and Engineering in the West

Looking for the right place to study Science and Engineering? One of these colleges and universities in the Western US could be the school you're looking for!

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Great Colleges and Universities for Science and Engineering in New England

Looking for the right school to pursue your passion in STEM? These colleges and universities in New England are great options for science-minded students.

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Why It's Important for Students to Learn How to Code

Even if you're not planning to be a Science major, coding is an incredibly valuable skill to learn before heading off to college. Here's why!

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Founder and CEO, SEEK Foundation, Inc.

Women's History Month Spotlight: Peggy Whitson

Peggy Whitson is one of the most influential female astronauts in history. Celebrate Women's History month with us by learning about her!

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

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