Google’s Code Next lab is a freecomputer science education program that meets Black, Latinx, and Native high school students in their own communities and provides the skills and inspiration they need for long and rewarding careers in computer science–related fields.
The SEAL (Solar Eclipse Activities for Libraries) team has developed a guide for public libraries and their communities in advance of the 2023 and 2024 eclipses. This freely downloadable booklet introduces library staff and their patrons to eclipse science and viewing.
The flagship event of Astronomers Without Borders, Global Astronomy Month takes place every year in April. The aim is to encourage everyone to go outside, look up, and share the sky. It’s also an excellent time to immerse students in STEM topics, from telling space stories to engaging in a virtual exploration of the Universe.
The private collection of more than 90 automobiles at the Newport Car Museum focuses on eight decades of modern industrial automotive design and celebrates cars as works of art. The cars reflect a time when artists who likely would have been the great sculptors in the Renaissance Age became stylists, designers, and industrial engineers for the Big Three American auto manufacturers and leading European companies.