• Public school teachers nationwide can help their school to win a share of $2 million* in Samsung technology by entering the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest. Simply show how STEM can be applied to help improve your local community.
  • It is in Richard C. Bartlett’s honor that we acknowledge and celebrate the 2015 Bartlett awardees! Learn more about the award and the inspiring work of these educators.
  • This year, EE Week events took place in all 50 states, DC, Puerto Rico and beyond! Learn more about some of the ways students and educators were celebrating!
  • Use the Greening STEM Learning Center to find professional development webinars, educator toolkits, infographics and more to help you continue greening STEM!
  • NEEF awards Nizhoni Elementary School, in New Mexico, with the first Schoolyard STEM Lab in celebration of EE Week 2015!

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By Seth Blum. Seth is a student at Washington University in St. Louis.

In September of 2013, floods ravaged the Boulder, Colorado area, and many houses and most watersheds suffered extensive damage. South Boulder Creek was a prime example of such damage: Emergency crews cut out a pedestrian bridge to protect a road from severe flooding, and the bridge landed right in the middle of a former riparian zone that was almost entirely destroyed.

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