USAA has committed $1.9 million over the next three years to create a STEMvest hub, a financial literacy program aimed at the entire city.
The nonprofit San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology was created in 2016 and explores the past, present, and future of technology in San Antonio.
Museums like the Science Mill and San Antonio’s DoSeum are challenging the traditional role of museums in education.
The newly-opened San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology (SAMSAT), which seeks to become a world class science and technology museum and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) innovation center, is a game changer.
San Antonio has nowhere to go but up in a national survey of cities attracting tech talent.
Artists took notes and listened intently while on a special after-hours tour at The DoSeum Tuesday evening.
On July 7, NASA awarded a $1.24 million grant to San Antonio’s WEX Foundation to implement an education program where underserved students build technology useful for human colonization on the moon.
Since opening our doors last June, we at The DoSeum have welcomed over 400,000 visitors to our space.
The University of Texas at San Antonio and San Antonio Independent School District are taking a major step in their two-year partnership to enrich the education and leadership in San Antonio’s largest urban school district.
Many Bexar County high school students dream of finding high-paying jobs and higher education after graduation, but few understand the opportunities available or requirements for success.