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VSTC Named to the 2016 VSBA Business Honor Roll
GW Receives Prestigious Loudoun School-Business Partnership Award
Study: GW Contributes More Than $500 Million to Virginia Economy
Loudoun County Students Explore STEM Careers
Loudoun Companies Critical to Success of Teachers in Industry Project
Area High School Students Shine at Congressional Art Show
GW Hosts Careers in Medicine and Health Sciences Camp for Regional High School Students
The Loudoun County School Board passed a Resolution naming VSTC to the 2016 Virginia School Board Association (VSBA) Business Honor Roll for ongoing support of LCPS.
GW was honored to receive the Loudoun School-Business Partnership Award of Excellence for Service on March 11. The partnerships with Loudoun County Public Schools began more than 15 years ago and have expanded to include close working relationships with the art and science departments. Thousands of LCPS students and teachers have benefited from exposure to new experiences and hands-on learning, especially in STEM-related fields.
A new study recently released finds the George Washington University contributes more than half a billion dollars to Virginia’s economy, thanks to its growing Virginia Science and Technology Campus and graduate education centers.
The Virginia Science and Technology Campus hosts 130 high school students for ninth annual event.
For teachers, the question of how to best prepare students for future employment can be omnipresent. Employers face similar questions about how to hone the skills and capture the imaginations of future engineers, writers, artists and researchers. The George Washington University’s Teachers in Industry Project (GW TIP), now in its seventh year, is helping bring those parallel agendas together.
Rep. Barbara Comstock’s competition at VSTC exhibits more than 180 pieces from 10th District.
Forty students from Osbourn Park High School’s Biotechnology Center in Prince William County, Va., are one step closer to “figuring out what they want do with their lives” thanks to a career exploration camp at the GW Virginia Science & Technology Campus.