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Big Hearts, Big Brains, Big Dreams

The Valentine Issue

 In this month’s issue, get prepared for the next round of Divisionals, celebrate Black History Month with Guy Bluford, African-American astronaut, and find out how sugar can make you smarter.

Congrats to our Divisional Winners!


Results have started rolling in. Check the News page on TAME's website for announcements of winners at our Capital Area, Dallas, Fort Worth, Gulf Coast, and South Plains competitions. 
 

Step up for STEM on February 28th


Calling all volunteers in San Angelo and San Antonio on Saturday the 28th to lend a hand at our upcoming Divisional Competitions. We need greeters, photographers, judges and more!

Show off Your STEM Pride & Win $100!


Announcing the TAME T-Shirt Contest! What do you get when you combine STEM, artistic talent, and hundreds of competitive high-achieving students? We're hoping to find out by March 13th. Click here to enter the contest today!

Art heist... or the future of computer science?

TAME Club hits the San Angelo Museum for 3D Printing Classes

There's big energy in San Angelo, alright. TAME Chapter Chair Janice Trees (pictured at right with volunteers and educators) is making headlines with innovative community partnerships and a club with membership that is growing by leaps and bounds. 

“It’s great that we can get our students involved," she said in our interview. "They’re needed. We don’t want to lose our kids to the big city. We’d like them to stay in the area and live and work and keep the economy vibrant.” 

Read Janice's Full Interview

Valentine Engineering Challenges

Sugar Makes You Smarter.

Sure it does. Plan some Valentine's Day engineering fun for your middle and high school students in our first monthly installment of TAME Engineering Adventures!

See the Adventures on TAME's Blog

Let's Keep Making History

Celebrating Black History Month with Guy Bluford, first African American in Space

Guion "Guy" Bluford, Jr. (born 1942), engineer and astronaut, flew aboard the space shuttle Challenger, making history as the first African-American in space. Today's featured pin comes from our STEM Inspirations: Role Models board. 
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