Request for Proposal: New partner needed to support AEOP’s work in Maryland and San Antonio/Austin

Posted on May 31, 2023

The U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) through its cooperative agreement (COA) with Battelle is seeking new and innovative partnerships with organizations that have similar STEM goals with the purpose of reaching more underserved and military-connected students, specifically in Maryland and San Antonio/Austin through programs already within the AEOP portfolio. Definition of underserved  and military-connected […] See More


Welcoming the 2023 AEOP Membership Council Ambassador Outreach Committee Members!

Posted on May 17, 2023

The AEOP team is thrilled to introduce the 2023 Ambassador Outreach Committee of AEOP’s Membership Council! See More


Terrific Tree Trunks: eCYBERMISSION Students Set Roots in Their Community

Posted on May 10, 2023

Camryn Stump and Noli Deidrick’s town sidewalks were breaking down due to nearby trees whose growth was impacting historical buildings and preventing the community from safely walking on their sidewalks. See More


Top STEM students from across the country WOW at this year’s National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

Posted on April 26, 2023

The 61st National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (NJSHS), celebrated at Virginia Beach on April 12-15, brought together 227 high school students from across the country and DoDEA-supported schools in Europe and the Pacific to present their original scientific research.  See More


The Future of Transportation 

Posted on April 21, 2023

By: AEOP Membership Council Member Arnia Goode A self-driving car, or an autonomous vehicle, is a vehicle that is capable of traveling without human input. Self-driving cars use a combination of sensors, cameras, artificial intelligence, and radar technology in order to operate. See More


Language Models are Mathematical

Posted on April 21, 2023

By: AEOP Membership Council Member Iishaan Inabathini The sudden growth in machine learning that started with the popularity of deep learning in 2009 still hasn’t slowed down. Machine learning has reached a stage where the idea of artificial general intelligence seems achievable, maybe not even too far away. See More

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