Why Science is thrilled to announce it’s most recent recognition of our cloud-based learning system.
CTNext, Connecticut’s innovation ecosystem managed by Connecticut Innovations, which equips startups and entrepreneurs with resources, guidance and networks to accelerate growth and success, announced the winners of the latest round of Entrepreneur […]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:
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We hope you can tune in for our upcoming radio interview on WQUN AM 1220. Our founder Dr. Yvonne A. Akpalu is scheduled to sit down with Ray Andrewsen on Friday, August 17 2012 at 8:30 AM.
While we are not sure if they take calls during our interview, please feel free to go to the WQUN Facebook Page as that might be a good way to have your questions addressed on air.
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The 2012 Women of Innovation® Finalists have been announced and we are very happy to share with you that the founder and CEO of Why Science, Dr. Yvonne Akpalu has been selected to be a finalist, along with many other extremely impressive women.
Winners in each of the eight awards categories […]Continue Reading →
The Connecticut Technology Council has named WHY SCIENCE a “2011 Company to Watch”. The CT Tech Companies to Watch will exhibit at the The Omni Hotel in New Haven as part of the fifth Innovation Pipeline Awards, a celebration of the most promising early stage technology companies in the state. The Innovation Pipeline […]Continue Reading →
You asked and we have delivered! This community resource page will feature all print, audio and video resources in our “Ease The Quiet Storm Film Screening and Town Hall Q&A.” Enrich your your teaching and learning experiences with WHY SCIENCE media (training, films and learning games) and resources. Questions? Contact Us.Continue Reading →
HAMDEN — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy apologized to Yvonne Akpalu because his proposed two-year budget doesn’t contain as much on education reform as he’d like writes Ann DeMatteo.
But responding to Akpalu’s question about reducing costs for remedial education at the college level and making high schools more accountable, Malloy said he believes every […]Continue Reading →
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