The Cincinnati STEM Partnership is a led by the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Public Schools and is a collaborative effort of K-12, Business, Community, and Higher Education partners who are focused on enhancing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) opportunities for all students in southwest Ohio. -- Click on the STEM SUMMIT REGISTRATION Tab above to register for our event.
Cincinnati STEM Partnership Mission
Enhance PK-20 STEM talent through creativity and innovation.
Cincinnati STEM Partnership Goals
Goal 1 -- To establish a PK-20 STEM pipeline that will cultivate 21st century creativity and innovation to further enhance economic vitality for southwest Ohio.
Goal 2 – To engage stakeholders in making “STEM for All” a reality.
The Cincinnati STEM Partnership founding members include: UC, CPS, Cincinnati State, Duke Energy, P&G, GE, Toyota, Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium, Great Oaks Institute for Technology and Education, Hamilton County Educational Services Center, Mayerson Academy, Battelle, and Strive.
Partnership Platform Schools and FUSION Laboratory - Powered by Duke Energy
There are two STEM schools that have been opened and will be sustained long-term through this partnership.
· Taft STEM Elementary school opened in Fall 2008.
· The new Hughes STEM High School will open in August 2009.
· The FUSION Laboratory - Powered by Duke Energy, will be housed within Hughes STEM High School. The FUSION Lab will be operated by faculty from the FUSION (Furthering Urban STEM Innovation, Outreach, and New Research) Center at UC. The FUSION Lab will be a site for regional dissemination of best practice in teaching of STEM.