Resources for STEM Classes & Careers

October 2019
eGFI for Teachers Newsletter;Oct2019, p1
Show students what engineers do with Discovering You: Engineering Your World, a new video series from NBCLearn, Chevron, and ASEE. High school, college, and grad students can work with engineers and scientists on sending the first woman to the moon and other missions. ASEE's blog and free monthly e-newsletter for engineering and engineering education students has scholarships, teaching tips, and news.


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