The National Science Foundation has a Research Experience of Undergraduates program. Go here for more information on this great program.

Study shows that the impact of science on family life is not just a woman’s problem; the effect on life satisfaction of having fewer children than desired is more pronounced for male than female faculty, with life satisfaction strongly related to career satisfaction.

There are always new things to post about, and people have been sending them to us at STEM Career, and we thank you for that. Today, I would like to thank 6 students in Mrs. Moreau’s Senior Career Class for their help with some great resources.

I’ve seen statistics about STEM Education before, and they all say the same thing; we need more of it. I found this statistic particularly interesting off of this website filled with statistics:

The United States Economic & Statistics Administration recently came out with a report on the gender gap in STEM. It’s a pretty short report, and a easy read, but filled with lots of important information.

This website provides people with free 60 second video clips about science, that aims at providing the audience with bite-size, consume-in-one-minute pieces of scientific coverage.

Today, the last space shuttle launched off. I’m sure most of you already know this, but here are some great links to articles about it.

America’s students are falling behind in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), and it’s happening at the worst time possible… Here are 14 stats on the STEM gap that everyone should read.