It's no shock that U.S.
Only half of the nation's high schools offered Calculus in the 2011/2012 school year, and less than two thirds offered physics. The result?
Whether it seems like it or not, relief from this record-breaking winter is less than two weeks away, and here at CTEq, we've got one thing on our minds: spring training! Baseball is ar
To those in the know, especially our dedicated readers, the fact that women are outnumbered in STEM fields is no surprise.
National Engineers Week 2014 may be coming to an end, but we're still energized by our recent STEM Salon on Capitol Hill!
This month, STEM enthusiasts across the country are celebrating National Engineers Week
Like millions of spectators worldwide, we here at Change the Equation are sharing in the excitement of the XXII Olympic Winter Games, which officially kick
No, that’s not a typo. We definitely meant to say STEM of the Union. But we’ll get to that in a minute. President Obama’s State of the Uni
In this week's edition, rather than a scientific first or a technological discovery, we thought we'd recognize a different sort of notable event in STEM: on this day in 1991, famed TV comedy Sei