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GIFT Teacher Casey Bethel Named Finalist for 2017 Georgia Teacher of the Year

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GIFT Teacher Casey Bethel Named Finalist for 2017 Georgia Teacher of the Year

Mr. Casey Bethel, a science teacher at New Manchester High School and Douglas County’s 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year, was named on April 25 as one of 10 finalists for the 2017 Teacher a the Year for the state of Georgia.

Georgia Tech's CEISMC Hosts STEM Mini-Conference for Educators

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CEISMC hosted the 3rd Annual STEM Mini-Conference on Saturday, March 19, 2016, as part of the Atlanta Science Festival.
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SWiMS Making a Winogradsky Column - CEISMC hosted the 3rd Annual STEM Mini-Conference

Middle School Math with Rational Integers - CEISMC hosted the 3rd Annual STEM Mini-Conference

2016 Georgia Tech K-12 InVenture Challenge Award Winners

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The College of Sciences would like to congratulate this year's Georgia Tech K-12 InVenture Challenge Award Winners!
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K-12 - InVenture Challenge State Finals - 1st Place High School Award

K-12 - InVenture Challenge State Finals - 2nd Place High School Award

Science Olympiad @ Georgia Tech 2016 Winners!

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A Division C Regional Science Olympiad Tournament was held at Georgia Tech on Saturday, March 5th, at the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons. The event brought teams comprised of driven and talented students from seventeen high schools to test their knowledge and skills in various branches of basic and applied sciences.
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K-12 - InVenture Challenge State Finals

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Top K-12 student teams will compete in the K-12 - InVenture Challenge state finals at Georgia Tech. The competition will take place from approximately 1PM-5PM in the Klaus Atrium.

The 2016 competition will include 60 student invention teams present ranging from 1st grade through 12th grade. The winners of each division will be eligible to compete at the first annual National Invention Convention in Washington, DC on May 20-21, 2016.

4th Annual Latino College and STEM Fair

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Georgia Tech’s GoSTEM program welcomes attendees to the 4th Annual Latino College and STEM Fair on Saturday, March 19, 2016, from 9 AM to 2:30 PM at the Georgia Tech Student Center.
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Georgia Tech’s GoSTEM program welcomes attendees to the 4th Annual Latino College and STEM Fair on Saturday, March 19, 2016, from 9 AM to 2:30 PM at the Georgia Tech Student Center.

Georgia Tech Welcomes New CEISMC Executive Director

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The Georgia Tech center dedicated to the enhancement of STEM education in K-12 schools has a new executive director. Lizanne DeStefano joined Georgia Tech in August to lead the Institute’s Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing (CEISMC). She’ll also serve as Associate Dean in the College of Sciences as well as Professor of Psychology.
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"Our goal is to become a one-stop shop that parents and community members and corporate partners can go to find out what’s happening on the Georgia Tech campus with regards to STEM education.” - Lisanne DeStefano, CEISMC Executive Director

CoS Welcomes new Executive Director of CEISMC, Lizanne DeStefano

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The College of Sciences welcomes new Executive Director of CEISMC, Lizanne DeStefano
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The Georgia Tech College of Sciences welcomes the new Executive Director of CEISMC and Associate Dean of the College of Sciences, Lizanne DeStefano.

Dr. Lizanne DeStefano received her Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Pittsburgh in 1986.A former special education teacher, Dr. DeStefano trained and practiced as a clinical and school psychologist.

Helping Atlanta’s Underserved Children See a Future in STEM

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Horizons@GT embarking on its third year of bringing low-income students to Georgia Tech’s campus.
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For low-income students, summer is a critical time. Many education experts say that is the time of year when underserved K-12 students fall behind their classmates. While other middle and upper class students are taking family vacations and heading off to summer camp, many low-income students are left at home unengaged. The lack of activity leads to a “summer slide,” a term used to describe what happens when these students return from their vacation and are behind their other classmates in reading, math and science. Many of these students will never catch up.

Georgia Tech’s CEISMC Receives Statewide Honor for STEM Education and SciGirls Funding for Savannah Campus

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The Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing was named as the Post-Secondary Outreach category winner in the second annual STEM Education Awards.
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