Posted on October 20, 2021
AEOP is committed to creating opportunities that spark a lifelong interest in STEM for all students. That’s exactly what Faye Jones and Ebrahim Randeree, part of the team that manages AEOP’s Unite program at Florida State University (FSU), are doing. See More
Posted on October 5, 2021
Three undergraduate students and one high school students spent the summer at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University in Georgia for a hands-on research apprenticeship experience under the mentorship of Dr. Jay Hegdé. The pre-med students spent six weeks in Dr. Hegdé’s laboratory, collaborating on research, which was concluded with a peer-reviewed article. See More
Posted on October 4, 2021
When it comes to STEM programs, so often the stories we hear are about the incredible things our kids are doing. Whether it’s the fun of after school enrichment programs, the intensity and camaraderie of competitions or the real-life experience of an apprenticeship, our students never cease to amaze and inspire. See More
Posted on September 24, 2021
Are you a university researcher or lab looking to help train and develop the next generation of STEM talent? Are you looking to grow and foster relationships with young scientists? If so, the Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) is looking for you! See More
Posted on September 22, 2021
Located an hour outside of Nashville is the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS), which serves around 38,000 students in Clarksville, Tennessee. At CMCSS, Karen Harper serves as the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Science Curriculum Consulting Teacher for K-8. See More
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