Hundreds of middle school students learn the practical application of science, technology, engineering and math to the real world at regional contest.
NASA Dryden's education director Katrina Emery was recently selected as one of 25 "Women You Should Know" by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine.
Middle schoolers explore how NASA utilizes unmanned aircraft and 21st century technology to investigate the Earth’s atmosphere and climate.
Lancaster High School's Eagle Robotics team rolls out "ENIAC," their entry in the 2013 FIRST Robotics Competition at the school's theater.
NASA's Associate Administrator for Education briefed on center's educational programs and partnerships; tours Dryden aircraft operations facility.
Thousands of schoolchildren toured the California Science Center's new space shuttle Endeavour exhibit during the first few days after its grand opening Oct. 30.
NASA Mars program scientist Kelly Fast details the goals, complexities of NASA's Mars Science Laboratory and its Curiosity rover at the AERO Institute.
Teachers from around the country gathered at NASA's facilities in Palmdale, Calif., for a workshop that focused on NASA's Earth science programs.
Elementary and middle school students in the Lancaster - Palmdale area of Southern California experienced real-world engineering at robotics workshop.
More than 30 college students are immersed in NASA's Earth science research during the Student Airborne Research Program field experience at NASA Dryden.
Middle-school students were immersed in science, technology, engineering and mathematics via a NASA-developed curriculum at the Los Angeles Unified School District's "Beyond the Bell" after-school program.
WASHINGTON -- NASA has selected 50 elementary, middle and high school educators from across the nation to work side by side with agency scientists and engineers to learn research techniques and identify connections to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education.
High school robotics teams show off their skills and those of their electro-mechanical creations at a demonstration for NASA Dryden employees.
Almost 300 students participated in a hands-on application of science, technology, engineering and mathematics during the Bohn-Meyer Science Olympiad.
High school robotics teams co-sponsored by NASA Dryden came away from the FIRST Robotics championships knowing they had stretched their skills.