Partners and Sponsors

To advocate for systemic change in STEM education for intermediate and secondary students and teachers, the SRT-STEM Center has developed important partnerships and collaborations with these other institutions.

Our Partners

  • Bay Area Houston Economic PartnershipBay Area Houston Economic Partnership
  • The Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, or BAHEP, is a member-driven organization that provides the leadership to stimulate regional economic development and employment. Utilizing a collaborative committee structure, we engage more than 260 investor companies, business professionals, local governments, and educational institutions, in southeast Texas, to bring about prosperity and a high quality of life for the 1.5 million people who live and work in the region. Our members include aerospace, petrochemical, and healthcare companies, developers, bankers and real estate brokers, 13 cities, Galveston and Harris Counties, and the Port of Houston Authority.

  • Galveston CollegeGalveston College
  • Galveston College provides the citizens of Galveston Island and surrounding region with academic, workforce development, continuing education, and community service programs.

  • The Galveston County Economic AllianceThe Galveston County Economic Alliance
  • The Galveston County Economic Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to establish Galveston County as the premier location for families, businesses and industry through planned economic growth and development.

  • Galveston Independent School DistrictGalveston Independent School District
  • Established in 1884, Galveston’s public schools were initially governed by the City of Galveston until 1949 when the Texas Legislature created the Galveston Independent School District for the express purpose of providing a free public education to the children of the community. GISD offers a variety of programs for students. Services include dual credit courses with Galveston College, a nationally recognized Advanced Placement program, bilingual and English as a Second Language curriculum, a two-way immersion program for elementary students learning English and learning Spanish, special education programs, an Accelerated Instruction Model (AIM) program, preschool program for children with disabilities, student assistance program and tech prep initiatives with Galveston College.

  • Houston Independent School DistrictHouston Independent School District
  • The Houston Independent School District is the largest public school system in Texas and the seventh-largest in the United States. Its schools are dedicated to giving every student the best possible education through an intensive core curriculum and specialized, challenging instructional and career programs. HISD is working hard to become Houstonians' K–12 school system of choice, by constantly improving instruction and management to be as effective, productive, and economical as possible.

  • Houston Museum of Natural Science

    Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • Explore the far reaches of outer space, roam with the dinosaurs, wander through Africa's Serengeti, and marvel at the world's rarest and most beautiful minerals. Discover all this and much more at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, one of the nation's most heavily attended museums.

  • Howard Hughes Medical InstituteHoward Hughes Medical Institute
  • The HHMI grants program fuses teaching and research, reflecting the Institute’s commitment to inspiring and educating a new generation of scientists. HHMI funds initiatives with the power to transform undergraduate and graduate education by engaging students in discovery research. We seek opportunities to create connections across a continuum of learning that extends from the primary grades through high school and beyond and includes activities to increase diversity in the scientific workforce and promote scientific literacy in society.

  • Moody GardensMoody Gardens
  • Moody Gardens® is a public, non-profit educational destination utilizing nature in the advancement of rehabilitation, conservation, recreation and research.

  • NASANASA
  • NASA's vision: To reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind. To do that, thousands of people have been working around the world -- and off of it -- for 50 years, trying to answer some basic questions. What's out there in space? How do we get there? What will we find? What can we learn there, or learn just by trying to get there, that will make life better here on Earth? Throughout its history, NASA has conducted or funded research that has led to numerous improvements to life here on Earth.

  • Rice UniversityRice University
  • Rice is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s best teaching and research universities. That’s not surprising, since it shares much in common with the nation’s other top universities, including applicants. Rice applications overlap with America’s best schools because students know that Rice offers: The highest quality, including a rigorous, outstanding education that leads to a highly respected degree and boundless postcollege prospects.The resources and opportunities for meaningful undergraduate research. Rice is a member of the Association of American Universities, which includes the 63 top research institutions in North America. Outstanding faculty and facilities across academic fields, from science and engineering to the humanities and social sciences to architecture, business, and music. And its endowment per student is fifth among American private research universities.

  • Space Center HoustonSpace Center Houston
  • Space Center Houston is a place where people can experience space -- from its dramatic history and exciting present to its compelling future. Space Center Houston is the only place on Earth that gives guests an out-of-this-world journey through human adventures into space.

  • Texas A&M University - GalvestonTexas A&M University - Galveston
  • TAMUG offers ocean-oriented, four-year courses with excellence in business, oceanographic and physical sciences, biological sciences, engineering and transportation and liberal arts. Degrees are awarded from Texas A&M University.

  • Texas High School Project Texas High School Project
  • A unique public-private alliance, the Texas High School Project (THSP) is dedicated to ensuring that all Texas students graduate high school ready for college and career success and prepared to be contributing members of the community.

  • Texas Regional Collaboratives

    Texas Regional Collaboratives
  • The Texas Regional Collaboratives for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching is an award-winning statewide network of sixty-five P-16 partnerships that provide sustained and high intensity professional development to P-12 teachers of science and mathematics across the state.

  • Texas State University - San MarcosTexas State University - San Marcos
  • Texas State's 38,808 students choose from 98 bachelor’s, 90 master’s and 12 doctoral degree programs offered by the following colleges: Applied Arts, McCoy College of Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts and Communication, Health Professions, Liberal Arts, Science and Engineering, University College and the Graduate College.

  • UTMB Office of Education OutreachUTMB Office of Education Outreach
  • UTMB Educational Outreach is dedicated to service and achieving excellence by increasing the availability, interest, application and relevance of science for students, K-12 educators, and the community through a wide variety of science education programs.

  • Workforce SolutionsWorkforce Solutions
  • Workforce Solutions provides comprehensive human resource services for businesses and residents of the 13-county Houston-Galveston Gulf Coast region. Workforce Solutions helps employers solve workforce-related business problems and area residents build careers, so that both can better compete in the changing worldwide economy.

Our Sponsors

  • Texas High School Project Texas High School Project
  • A unique public-private alliance, the Texas High School Project (THSP) is dedicated to ensuring that all Texas students graduate high school ready for college and career success and prepared to be contributing members of the community.

  • Howard Hughes Medical InstituteHoward Hughes Medical Institute
  • The HHMI grants program fuses teaching and research, reflecting the Institute’s commitment to inspiring and educating a new generation of scientists. HHMI funds initiatives with the power to transform undergraduate and graduate education by engaging students in discovery research. We seek opportunities to create connections across a continuum of learning that extends from the primary grades through high school and beyond and includes activities to increase diversity in the scientific workforce and promote scientific literacy in society.

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