Veteran Vision: Barbara Bell uses knowledge gained in a 28-year Navy career to help launch girls into STEM disciplines
The National Science Board reports the U.S. is a nation at risk if it does not develop more STEM talent. Where are we going to find that talent?
The Harpeth Hall Robotics Team is not a competitive team as much as it is a friendly collaboration. We hope to empower girls who are interested in pursuing STEM careers
The Harpeth Hall Coding Bears and Harpeth Hall Robotics teams had a fun and exciting day at the Music City Lego League Qualifier.
Harpeth Hall graduates are prepared to lead in career fields historically populated by males.
Harpeth Hall Middle School students continue to contribute to and excell in the annual EngineerGirl essay contest.
Dr. Kimberly Clay's organization, Play Like a Girl, focuses on STEM+. Look for the next hacking challenge at STEM+ Leadership Day, March 7, 2019.
Dr. Barbara Bell assumes her position as Director of the Harpeth Hall Center for STEM Education for Girls effective Aug. 1, 2018.
Our Girls CODE: Empowering Harpeth Hall students with skills for the future is the feature article for Hallways Spring 2017 issue. As an all-girls school, Harpeth Hall is uniquely positioned to liberate students from a computer science genderization that might otherwise limit them.
With an increased focus on engineering in the Middle School, we began competing in FIRST LEGO League, the middle school robotics competition. This competition and corresponding club focuses on applying coding, engineering design, and teamwork to accomplish missions using the LEGO Mindstorm EV3 robots.
The EngineerGirl program is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women. This program and its website is a service of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and grew out of the work of the NAE Committee on the Diversity of the Engineering Workforce.
Science Bowl is a nationwide academic competition that tests students’ knowledge in all areas of science and mathematics. Organized by the Department of Energy, the competitions consist of fast-paced question-and-answer contests between two teams of high school students, with topics on a wide range of topics, including biology, math, chemistry, physics, energy, astronomy, and earth science.