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BROOKLYN NETS’ JARRETT ALLEN NOMINATED FOR SEASONLONG NBA CARES COMMUNITY ASSIST AWARD PRESENTED BY KAISER PERMANENTE

BROOKLYN NETS’ JARRETT ALLEN NOMINATED FOR SEASONLONG NBA CARES COMMUNITY ASSIST AWARD PRESENTED BY KAISER PERMANENTE

BROOKLYN  – Brooklyn Nets center Jarrett Allen has been nominated for the 2018-19 Seasonlong NBA Cares Community Assist Award presented by Kaiser Permanente. The seasonlong award honors a player’s strong commitment to positively impacting their communities through sustained efforts over the course of the season. The 10 nominees include the offseason winner and

CHELSEA FOUNDATION BRINGING STEM AND SOCCER SCIENCE TO LIFE IN NEW YORK

CHELSEA FOUNDATION BRINGING STEM AND SOCCER SCIENCE TO LIFE IN NEW YORK

Chelsea Foundation staff from our education and international departments have been in New York this month delivering free coaching and STEM-focused (science, technology, engineering and maths) sessions. The trip was arranged to support online training provider EverFi, who deliver the Foundation’s Digital Blue STEM programme for schools throughout New York, and will

OSU standout Miller’s camps focus on football, STEM and leadership

OSU standout Miller’s camps focus on football, STEM and leadership

Ohio State football standout and current Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Braxton Miller announced he will be adding a third CHARG1NG Camp this summer, out of the state of Ohio. This will be the first time the Springfield native’s camp will be offered out of state. The camp will focus on three core

How STEM may help you win next year’s March Madness office pool

How STEM may help you win next year's March Madness office pool

The STEM field can yield advantages in calculating March Madness brackets and engage with math and tech in a fun and unique way. This year's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament may be over, but the concepts of how to use statistical and mathematical analysis to predict better brackets remain.

Beyond Sport Hosts STEM Alliance Meeting at NYU

Beyond Sport Hosts STEM Alliance Meeting at NYU

At the beginning of this month, NYU hosted the first 2019 gathering of the Sport and STEM Alliance. The SSA was founded by Beyond Sport, a group working to use sports to promote positive social change, and brings sports-related organizations together to encourage the growth and adoption of education programs

Zuckerberg family spending millions to replicate UMBC’s successful STEM program

Zuckerberg family spending millions to replicate UMBC's successful STEM program

In this Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016, photo, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, smile as they prepare for a speech in San Francisco focusing on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the couple's philanthropic organization, (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) (Jeff Chiu / AP) UMBC’s underdog basketball team did not pull off

AT&T Becomes First Non-Apparel Company With Logo on WNBA Jerseys

AT&T Becomes First Non-Apparel Company With Logo on WNBA Jerseys

The Seattle Storm celebrates after hitting a three-pointer against the Washington Mystics during game three of the WNBA Finals in 2018. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) AT&T will become the first non-apparel partner to have its logo featured on all WNBA jerseys as part of a new deal. The tech company

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