Why Science is showcasing its customizable learning system at the 2013 Connecticut Science Teachers Association (CSTA) Annual Conference. Visit the Why Science booth at the CSTA conference between 10 am and 3:30 pm to test-drive the learning system and explore our suite of blended learning tools-learning modules and hands-on kits-to help ensure the STEM learning process is highly interactive, engaging and fun.Continue Reading →
MüTō Corp. Forms Non-Profit Joint Venture Alliance with Q2PR, Why Science® & The Dojo Charter School
June 12, 2013 (New York, NY) – MüTō Performance Corp. announced a joint venture with Why Science®, Quadrant Two PR, and The Dojo Charter School, to bring an exciting, new annual citywide science fair to New York City’s [...]Continue Reading →
March is Women’s History Month and many organizations nationwide have recognized and honored women in the fields of STEM. This is why I feel especially honored to receive the Minority Businessperson of the Year Awardin recognition of all the work the Why Science team, and educators who have partnered with us, have [...]Continue Reading →
Central Connecticut State University has invited Dr. Yvonne Kielhorn, Why Science® Founder and CEO, to speak during their Women’s History Month Luncheon on Thursday, March 14th at noon. This year, as the university celebrates women in STEM, CCSU has asked Dr. Kielhorn to speak about the highlights and challenges of her life and career [...]Continue Reading →
Business New Haven has named Dr. Yvonne Kielhorn (née Akpalu) Minority Businessperson of the Year for her creation and development Why Science, customized inquiry-based learning systems that empower educators to teach STEM topics, science literacy and problem-solving skills aligned with frameworks and standards in any classroom.
“Through this award, Business New Haven is recognizing [...]Continue Reading →
The Connecticut Technology Council has named WHY SCIENCE a “2012 Tech Company to Watch”. On November 1, Tech Companies to Watch, Connecticut’s most promising technology innovators, will exhibit their products at the Connecticut Technology Council’s sixth annual awards program for emerging or start up companies in the state and the region who qualify with:
an [...]Continue Reading →
Why Science is showcasing Poly & Mer at the 2012 Connecticut Science Teachers Association (CSTA) Annual Conference as an ongoing professional development resource for educators. Visit the Why Science booth at the CSTA conference between 11 am and 3:30 pm to test-drive Poly & Mer and explore our suite of blended learning toolsContinue Reading →
We are pleased to announce an ongoing online demonstration of Poly & Mer to showcase our product. Poly & Mer is our new learning platform offering 360o solution for teaching literacy, problem solving and STEM.
Our product demonstrations are focused on providing our guests with a great overview of our learning platform in each demo we will be covering the following items:Continue Reading →
A constant theme we are seeing across our country is focused on resourcing. How to get more of them and what to do with the resources we have. In tight economic times the pressure to have “answers” is heightened and let’s face it we live in tight economic times.
Evolving, Yet Expanding Needs
K-12 education [...]Continue Reading →
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