Einstein in a Box: Review, Interview, Coupon Code, and Giveaway!

Einstein in a Box is a subscription box program that brings numerous STEM-focused activities to your elementary-school-aged children every month. Our family loved it, I'm sure yours will too.

Participate in Hour of Code to help reach the goal of introducing 10 million students of all ages to programming. All it takes is one hour.

GeekMom Bit by Bit: <em>RoboMind</em> Teaches Text Editor-Based Programming to Kids

RoboMind is a no-prerequisite-required introduction to programming, where the objective is to create programs that allow a robot to perform certain tasks.

Maker Faire New York this year had more than ever to do with (and buy for) kids.

I recently got wind of a new mentoring program called NASA G.I.R.L.S., organized by Women@NASA.  The program is so new that they are still building their website, but I knew I just had to contact them to find out ...

Students are lucky if they can get one truly influential professor in their lives. I’ve had countless. I hold close to my heart the professors who taught me way more than the subject at hand. I remember so ...

It’s a pretty uniform feeling among geeks with daughters: We want to raise strong, smart, independent girls who can stand above stereotypes. So when I’m faced with marketing geared toward girls, I feel a ...