C-STEM Students Join the Midwest STEM Challenge

C-STEM Students from Sharpstown International High School on ABC13 Houston

Dr. Reagan Flowers Talks STEM with Jose Grinan, Fox 26 Houston

West Side High School Students Robot Demonstration Fox 26 Houston



The Greater STEM Vision Comes to Detroit

Michigan Chronicle

Cost Doubled: Holy Redeemer students need your help so they can defend title at STEM contest


Detroit students make mark in national STEM contest

The Detroit News

Russell Simmons supports STEM competition at Detroit Edison Public School Academy

Michigan Chronicle

A Fair with High-Tech Flair

Houston Chronicle

Women’s History Article on Dr. Reagan Flowers

Houston Forward Times

C-STEM Challenge Designed to Bolster Tech Talent Pipeline


Students to compete in engineering, art at Cobo

Detroit Free Press

C-STEM Competition Showcases student innovation and creativity in the Midwest

Michigan Chronicle

Early STEM Program STEM Going Strong

Program tests commitment of instructors as it helps at-risk students excel at math and science.

US World News Report by Jason Koebler

The White House Salutes Champions of STEM Diversity

Black Enterprise: Wealth for Life by Derek T. Dingle

Merging the Artist & Engineer (Cover Story)

Texas CEO Magazine by Dacia Rivers

STEM an Economic Essential for this Generation

WISE.ed Review by Dr. Reagan Flowers

Putting Creativity Back in the Classroom

The Michigan Chronicle by Dr. Reagan Flowers

The Greater STEM Vision Comes to Detroit

The Michigan Chronicle by Tanisha Leonard

WDIV-DET (NBC) 4/11/2015 

Press Releases

The C-STEM Office of Communications

HOUSTON – September 8, 2016 –  The National C-STEM Youth Commission is traveling to Washington, DC September 14-18 to advocate for STEM Public Policy that impacts minority and female engagement in high quality STEM programs during/after-school. (Read More…)


The White House: Office of Communications

WASHINGTON, DC – On Wednesday, February 26, 2014, the White House will honor ten local heroes who are “Champions of Change” for their innovation in creating diversity and access in STEM fields. (Read More…)


PR News Wire

HOUSTON, Nov. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — An $86,000 grant awarded to C-STEM Teacher & Student Support Services will fund a new national service-learning initiative to research achievement gaps in STEM programs. (Read More…)


Blog Posts

Dr. Reagan Flowers