• Connecticut Commissioner Impressed by Sub Base’s Outreach to STEM Teachers0

    A two-week fellowship program hosted by the Naval Submarine Base New London’s Submarine Force Library and Museum is providing an opportunity for six teachers from southeastern Connecticut and Rhode Island to learn how the history and technology inherent in the Navy’s submarine force can bring alive science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. This is the second year of the program, which helps the teachers use exhibits at the museum and the Historic Ship Nautilus, along with submarine operations at the base, to develop new lesson plans …

  • APG Hosts Area Students for STEM Internship0

    Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., this week launched its latest initiative to foster area students with an interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects. The two-week pilot is providing an opportunity for 16 Harford County high school students to work with engineers and scientists at the Army installation located northeast of Baltimore and gain hands-on lab experience in multiple STEM fields, reported Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) public affairs. The program is hosted by CECOM and the Communications-Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center. The students have been matched with their subject preferences, including cyber security software development, information assurance, mission command capabilities, battlefield simulation and virtual prototyping. “STEM professions drive innovation and are vital for the future competitiveness of the U.S.,” said Larry Muzzelo, director of the CECOM Software Engineering Center.

  • Proving Ground’s STEM Center Extends Outreach to Northeastern Maryland0

    Last week’s opening of the STEM and Education Outreach Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, the latest initiative by the installation to further science and technology education throughout the Chesapeake Corridor, will usher in a new era of partnerships in science, technology, engineering and mathematics for northeastern Maryland and beyond, according to Army officials. The STEM Center’s opening was “a great day for the state of Maryland and a great day for Aberdeen Proving Ground,” said Maj. Gen. Robert Ferrell, senior commander at the proving ground and commanding general at the Army’s Communications-Electronics Command …