Right before the United States was hit with the global COVID-19 pandemic, a team of six Latin American esports professionals arrived in Atlanta, GA to fulfill a long-standing dream: to compete in the SMITE Pro League. After several years of competing for Sanguine Esports at the semi-professional level, they had
Panasonic has been conducting various communication activities as a corporate pavilion through exhibitions and offline events. Due to the unprecedented circumstances around the world today, people's daily lives and values have been significantly impacted. Panasonic will host an online event called "The power to create the future," on Sunday, May 31.
STEM Sports® is offering several free STEM lessons at https://STEMSports.com/Samples/ involving sports for students in grades 3 through 8 to continue their STEM education at home. The STEM curriculum uses basketball, football, soccer, volleyball and BMX to teach students science, technology, engineering and math principles while encouraging and engaging children
Tanya Gazdik over at MediaPost posted this item about the NHL's efforts to bolster STEM skills via free remote access to a hockey-themed curriculum. HockeyScholar is powered by EverFi, an international technology company driving social change through education, and is part of the NHL and the NHL Players’ Association Future Goals
With the coronavirus pandemic causing national school shut-downs, students need positivity and access to engaging, educational content more than ever. The Drone Racing League (DRL), the global professional circuit for drone racing, today unveiled DRL Academy, an innovative STEM program, which features online learning opportunities for students studying science, engineering,
First-team All-Pro linebacker Demario Davis of the Saints and his wife Tamela have committed to "clos[ing] the resource and technology gap that exists in underserved communities," according to Joe Lemire's piece in SportTechie. "If we can give the same opportunities to the kids in these urban neighborhoods that exist in these
Polar, known for its heart rate monitor technology, wil work with Polar Partners With i-tri to empower girls through triathlon training, on a STEM component of to the curriculum known as The Science of Triathlon, according to SportTechie. “Polar’s partnership with i-tri is a major step in empowering adolescent girls to
2019 U.S. Women’s World Cup player Kelley O'Hara, channeling her lifelong love of math and science, regularly integrates STEM concepts into her work as a professional athlete and public speaker. DCist has the details here. “Athletes track everything. We have apps, we have devices, we have programs that help us improve,” she