On November 13, the Salk Institute for Biological Studies will host 300 female students from San Diego high schools as part of the 5th Annual Women in Biotech event, “The Places Your Imagination Takes You,” an initiative led by the STEAM Leadership Series.
Find out how The San Diego Foundation's Science & Technology grants helps strengthen San Diego’s innovation economy by expanding pathways to success for all San Diegans.
The STEAM Leadership Series, sponsored by The San Diego Foundation and other local partners, will host an event, “16 & Me: Opportunities in Genomics Experience,” for 75 high school students from the San Diego Unified School District to learn about STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) experiences from one of the world’s leading scientists.
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Director of Community Impact Katie Rast shares updates from two Science & Technology grantee programs: RADLab at UC San Diego and Blue Tech at Maritime Alliance Foundation.
Learn how Science & Technology grants help create more opportunities for women, Black and Hispanic youth, low-income individuals and people with disabilities pursuing careers in STEM.
The San Diego Foundation announced $632,934 in grants for 10 programs that strengthen San Diego’s innovation economy by creating more opportunities for students, particularly from underserved communities, pursuing STEM opportunities.
The Foundation today announced it granted $50.9 million to the nonprofit community in Fiscal Year 2017. The milestone was celebrated on October 19 by more than 250 philanthropists and community leaders at The San Diego Foundation 2017 Annual Meeting.
Learn how our Science & Technology Program supports efforts to expand the pipeline of students like Andrea Villanueva pursuing degrees and careers in STEM-related fields.
The San Diego Foundation announced $390,880 in grants for five programs that will create more opportunities for students, particularly from underserved communities, pursuing STEM degrees and career pathways at local community colleges, universities, companies and organizations.