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Future Astronaut

Published on November 4, 2016 By stemmaster

Hi Mr. Singer, I wanted to say thank you for speaking yesterday at my first Generation WOW. After hearing you speak, I still want to be an astronaut, but definitely some type of engineer as well. I hope to some day attend maybe NYU or Duke to name two. Since I’m only in seventh grade, [...]

New Key Program Brochure Available

Published on August 31, 2013 By stemmaster

The Key Worldwide has made available a brand new brochure that provides students and parents with an in-depth overview of the Key’s Complete College Program. This service helps the student select the appropriate college with specific recommendations based on the individual’s academic and personal goals. The program works individually with students and their families to [...]

Mathematic Models Used to Project Obamacare Costs

Published on January 11, 2013 By stemmaster

The entire country is buzzing about the rising costs of healthcare, especially when it comes to large-scale programs like Obamacare and union retiree medical benefits. It is the job of professional actuaries to develop complex and detailed mathematical models that can accurately project future healthcare costs. One can imagine the complex relationships that need to [...]

Engineering the Future

Published on November 30, 2012 By stemmaster

“America needs more engineers and scientists to maintain marketing competitiveness and keep jobs. National Lab Day reminds us that we need to start early, getting students interested and getting serious about engineering, math, and science.” — Craig Newmark, Founder of Craigslist. The U.S. Department of Education has introduced a number of programs designed to increase [...]