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Lockheed Martin, Discovery Education Launch Next Phase of STEM Initiative for Middle Schoolers

Lockheed Martin and Discovery Education have launched the next phase of an initiative that seeks to inform middle school students on deep space exploration through science, technology, engineering and math education. The Generation Beyond program is designed to provide an online curriculum with standards-based digital resources for teachers and families that will work …

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Northrop, Embry-Riddle Offer 1st Airworthiness Engineering Graduate Study Program

Northrop Grumman and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University have collaborated to offer the first airworthiness engineering graduate study program scheduled to launch in January 2017. Graduates of the program will gain a Certificate of Study in Airworthiness Engineering, Northrop said Wednesday. The specialized technical curriculum is designed to answer the needs of the company’s government, …

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ULA-Ball Aerospace-Space Foundation Team Launches Student, Intern-Built Rockets & Payloads

United Launch Alliance, Ball Aerospace and the Space Foundation have sponsored the launch of two rockets built by ULA interns with payloads that Ball interns and Colorado K-12 students created. ULA — a joint venture of Boeing and Lockheed Martin — said Sunday the event included efforts to launch the 50-foot-tall Future Heavy and 10-foot-tall Genesis rockets to simulate real-life …

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Parsons a Sponsor of Cyber Leadership Program; Biff Lyons Comments

Parsons serves as a sponsor of the Business-Higher Education Forum’s Future Cuber Leaders Program, a seven-week program supported by the Office of Naval Research that is held every Wednesday afternoon through July 20. FCLP is designed to provide undergraduate interns opportunities for cyber academic enrichment, leadership development and networking, Parsons said Tuesday. The program …

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Raytheon Picks 2 Female College Students to Receive Cybersecurity Scholarship Funds

Raytheon and the (ISC)2 nonprofit organization’s Center for Cyber Safety and Education have selected two female college students for educational grants of up to $10,000 each and paid cybersecurity internships at the company. Nicole Krantz, an incoming freshman at George Mason University this fall, and Catherine McLean, a third-year computer science student at Northeastern …

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