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  • Bethlehem schools get $30,000 grant from Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp

     
    Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. has announced a donation of $30,000 to the Bethlehem Area School District to help grow its STEM initiative, Project Lead the Way, which is geared toward preparing students for higher education and careers in the science,...
  • Six family winter getways

     
    We're all ready for a break at this point and the snow is piled everywhere. Even the kids are sick of the snow, but they still need to get out and burn off excess energy. Fortunately there are plenty of places in the Lehigh Valley, or within a short...
  • 4 O.C. colleges to participate in Solar Decathlon

    UC Irvine is among four Orange County campuses chosen to participate in the 2015 Solar Decathlon hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy. The event, to be held in fall 2015 at the Orange County Great Park in Irvine, will have participants "designing and...
  • Top research universities join to boost minority science faculty

    Top research universities join to boost minority science faculty
    As an African American man pursuing a PhD in the sciences, Geoff Lovely has sometimes had to overcome a feeling that he didn't belong in the halls of top research universities where he saw few peers of color.  The Caltech student is intent on becoming a...
  • Malloy Calls For Tax Breaks, More Jobs, Support For Education

    Malloy Calls For Tax Breaks, More Jobs, Support For Education
    HARTFORD — Opening an election-year legislative session in which the state faces a projected budget surplus, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Thursday called for modest tax relief and investments in education, jobs and social services that he said will help...
  • Engineering majors continue to earn highest starting salaries

    Brazen Careerist Want to be sure you land an awesome starting salary right out of college? Major in engineering. Of the top 10 best-paying college majors, seven are in areas of engineering, according to a report issued recently by the National...
  • Baltimore's man to see [Editorial]

    Willard Hackerman held no public office, but he was as much a city father to Baltimore as any mayor or City Council member, delegate or senator. Few, if any, have had a larger impact on this community than the 95-year-old man who died at Johns Hopkins...
  • Reservoir High School technology education students garner state award

    Room 118 at Reservoir High School in Fulton is home to a city under glass — Plexiglas, that is. The plastic model of a downtown is complete with a city hall, fire station, mixed-use facilities and courthouse. For the more than 200 students from...
  • Naughty Dog's 'The Last of Us' Wins Game of the Year at the D.I.C.E. Awards

    Naughty Dog's apocalyptic zombie survival game "The Last of Us" won game of the year at the D.I.C.E. Awards in Las Vegas Thursday night. Game took home 10 prizes, including outstanding achievement in story, outstanding innovation in gaming, adventure...
  • Preparing future scientists and engineers

    About 500 educators gathered in Costa Mesa this week to address ways to introduce science, technology, engineering and mathematics, so-called STEM education, to preschoolers. The Early Childhood STEM Conference, held from Thursday to Saturday at the...
  • 'Exoskeleton' helps paraplegics walk again

    'Exoskeleton' helps paraplegics walk again
    Marcela Turnage does the challenging, such as skiing, sailing and horseback riding. And the more mundane, like shoveling snow from the driveway. What the active 32-year-old mother doesn't do is walk. She hasn't since a car accident in 2002 took her...