Celebrating Fibonacci Day in Style

Fibonacci Day is a chance to celebrate an interesting and ancient concept at the intersection of math, nature, technology, and art. Math holidays like Pi Day and Pythagorean Theorem Day are a fun way to learn about new topics. You may have never heard of it before, but Fibonacci Day takes place annually on Nov....

Read More

By |November 23rd, 2016|Featured, Real World, STEM - Math|0 Comments

5 Female Mathematicians to Know

Do you love crunching numbers and solving problems? Check out these female mathematicians who paved the way for your own math discoveries! 1. Danica McKellar Danica McKellar is totally legit. Not only has she been in multiple movies and starred in the television series The Wonder Years, but McKellar is also an accomplished female mathematician....

Read More

A Student Guide to Understanding Credit

Understanding credit can be tricky - and even once you understand credit, it can be difficult to apply the things you've learned. We recommend talking to a financial expert to lay out an individual plan. But there are a few basics to understanding credit that you should be familiar with before having that conversation so...

Read More

3 Reasons to Celebrate Pi Day

March 14 is Pi Day. It's a day to celebrate circles and the miraculous, never-ending numeral that is pi. Here are three reasons to celebrate Pi Day - and a tip to help you make the most of Pi Day at school (it involves pizza). 1. Pi - It Never Ends, and That's Amazing No...

Read More

By |March 10th, 2016|Education, Featured, STEM - Math|0 Comments

Black History Month: Inspiring STEM Pioneers

In celebration of Black History Month, check out some of the most inspiring STEM pioneers throughout history! Science Pioneers: Mae Jemison and Charles Drew Mae Jemison As the first female African American astronaut, Mae C. Jemison definitely earns her spot on the list of STEM pioneers. Throughout her life, Jemison was interested in STEM fields and...

Read More

7 Math Holidays You Should Celebrate

The calendar is full of odd holidays that can help you give what might be "just another day" a little spark. National Hamburger Day? Yes, thank you. May the Fourth? Good reason to watch Star Wars. But did you know that there are also some great math holidays? There are - and you should be...

Read More

By |February 2nd, 2016|Education, Featured, Real World, STEM - Math|0 Comments

Magnificent Math: The Newest Prime Number

Math enthusiasts rejoice – there is a new prime number on the block! The mathematics news for this New Year is the discovery of a new prime number – the largest ever recorded. A prime number is greater than 1 and has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself, such as 7. Prime numbers differ from composite numbers...

Read More

By |January 27th, 2016|Education, Featured, Real World, STEM - Math|0 Comments

5 Top STEM Colleges for Women

These top STEM colleges for women are making great education more diverse Great STEM programs are a dime a dozen, thanks to the surge in funding for science programs. But top stem colleges and universities aren't always the best colleges for women in STEM. Over the last 40 years, higher education has been trying to...

Read More

#TBT: Remember These Fun Math Games?

Fun math games transformed challenging content into a fun competition. Math class in elementary school was a blast. From flashcard games to awesome computer programs, you didn't want to miss out on math. Take a trip down memory lane and remember some of your favorite fun math games.

By |September 17th, 2015|Lists, STEM - Math|0 Comments

5 Fun Math Games That Can Boost Your Grades

Fun math games can transform Algebra from a bore to a breeze Your parents are sneakier than you thought. While you thought you were having a family game night or playing video games with your friends, you were actually sharpening your math skills. When you stop and think about it, fun math games aren't confined...

Read More

By |September 16th, 2015|Featured, Lists, STEM - Math|0 Comments