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Mar 13th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft today released new data uncovering the gender barriers facing girls who are interested in the STEM fields.

Mar 8th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft recently announced that it’s making its Azure cloud services available for students looking to take advantage of the building tools for tomorrow’s advancements.

Sep 27th, 2017, by in Latest news

Microsoft President Brad Smith and senior advisor to the U.S. President Ivanka Trump were spotted together at a Virginia school for a morning of Coding for Kids.

Aug 16th, 2017, by in Latest news

A Silverland Middle School student by the name of Sky Yi wrote to President and Cheif Legal Officer at Microsoft, Brad Smith.

May 3rd, 2017, by in Latest news

The company is looking to keep its momentum and focus in the education sector going by also announcing STEM Saturday’s during the month of May.

Apr 6th, 2017, by in Opinion

This week, Pepsi released an ad featuring Kendall Jenner, showing what was supposed to be a “a global message of unity, peace and understanding,” only the ad fell flat, and Pepsi pulled it last night after suffering a day of social media humiliation. Microsoft recently released a new ad of their own, too, and at […]

Mar 16th, 2017, by in Latest news

On March 18th, Microsoft will be teaming up with National Geographic to help bring more women and girls in in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

Nov 22nd, 2016, by in Latest news

Microsoft and Quest Institute finally got live feedback from their recently launched NextGen ISS Platform experiment in outer space.

Jul 25th, 2016, by in Latest news

Microsoft and the Science Center are putting their heads together to put together the Strategic Digital Alliance, bringing new efforts to Philadelphia’s digital generation.

Dec 8th, 2015, by in Latest news

Who better to take holiday gift advices from than a computer scientist, philanthropist and billionaire? Melinda Gates has taken to Medium to share her suggestions on what to buy for your science-oriented kids this holiday season, while also revealing some interesting tidbits about her childhood. Melinda’s most meaningful gift, also the one that kickstarted her career in […]

Jun 11th, 2015, by in Latest news

The landscape of working environments will continually be in flux. From the Industrial Revolution to the Second Industrial Revolution, or more commonly known as the Technological Revolution, jobs were created, and jobs were replaced. To thrive in these fluctuating circumstances, it was incumbent upon parents, teachers, and universities to prepare an upcoming workforce with the […]

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