Latest News and Events in Quantum Education

APS + Q-12 launch program to connect quantum professionals to classrooms in 2023

The Quantum To-Go program goal is to match scientists, engineers, and professionals in the field of Quantum Science, Engineering, and Technology with classrooms across the country to introduce the importance of quantum science and technologies and increase student...
World Quantum Day is coming!

World Quantum Day is coming!

World Quantum Day is on April 14, 2022. This is a worldwide celebration of all things related to quantum science. The main website for this is https://worldquantumday.org. Organizations across the US have initiated efforts for...

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Today, twelve nations launched the Entanglement Exchange, a portal for highlighting international exchange opportunities for students, postdocs, and researchers in quantum information science. https://www.quantum.gov/entanglement-exchange-links-quantum-researchers-across-twelve-nations/

IQC is excited to be presenting a "Making Quantum Waves" workshop at the 2022 PhysiX: Girls Matter event hosted by @WaterlooSci on November 26th.

This event encourages middle school girls (female, non-binary and trans) to explore the world of physics.

https://uwaterloo.ca/science/physix-girls-matter2022

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National Q-12 Education Partnership Kickoff

National Q-12 Education Partnership Kickoff

On October 7, 2020 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM, the National Q-12 Education Partnership, in coordination with the White Office of Science and Technology Policy and the National Science Foundation, held its kick-off meeting. There was a 1 hr opening session to highlight the...

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NSF Announces Partnership for Quantum Education

NSF Announces Partnership for Quantum Education

The U.S. National Science Foundation and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy are spearheading the National Q-12 Education Partnership with industry and academia to provide training and tools to students ready to become the future quantum workforce....

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