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Jul 13, 2022

Sprout boasts six medical school matriculants

“It’s so important to give back to your community. In our case, it just happened to be recognized.”

Sprout boasts six medical school matriculants

Mar 2, 2022

It’s time we make a stronger commitment to support local students

The impact of financial support on the academic journey of Michellet Rojas-Brand, a 2021 recipient of the Sprout and S.T.E.M. Academic Scholarship.

It’s time we make a stronger commitment to support local students

Jan 22, 2022

As seen in Momentum: Research & Innovation, the URI research magazine

URI alumni and fellow college students support disadvantaged school systems with academic resources.

As seen in Momentum: Research & Innovation, the URI research magazine

Jan 21, 2022

URI, Brown students create math assessment to measure student progress

Interns from the University of Rhode Island and Brown University use their winter break to create a learning assessment that will better measure student progress.

URI, Brown students create math assessment to measure student progress

Nov 29, 2021

#GivingTuesday fundraising campaign raises over $2,000 in donations

Through the power of radical generosity, Sprout and S.T.E.M. raises thousands of dollars towards academic scholarships.

#GivingTuesday fundraising campaign raises over $2,000 in donations

Oct 11, 2021

Sprout and S.T.E.M. partners with The Met School

After months of virtual learning, tutors rejoin students on a face-to-face basis thanks to a blossoming partnership with The Met School.

Sprout and S.T.E.M. partners with The Met School

Mar 25, 2021

Sprout and S.T.E.M. founder speaks at TEDxBrownU Motion Conference

A virtual event focusing on the concept of motion in the context of art, research, and activism.

Sprout and S.T.E.M. founder speaks at TEDxBrownU Motion Conference

Dec 28, 2020

The year is over, but challenges remain

With the end of the year comes a long, deep sigh of relief… for some.

The year is over, but challenges remain

Nov 29, 2020

The Gallery of Life

Challenging the notion of science being a rigid, unaesthetic discipline.

The Gallery of Life

Oct 12, 2020

Medical scribes discuss how to confront racial bias in medicine

Understanding and recognizing racial biases in clinical scenarios through dialogue.

Medical scribes discuss how to confront racial bias in medicine

Apr 30, 2020

As seen in the Woonsocket Call

Local man behind free matchmaker service to help with distance learning.

As seen in the Woonsocket Call

Apr 8, 2020

Juxtaposed: Providence universities thrive while high schools nosedive

Can we restore our public high schools by integrating the culture of higher education?

Juxtaposed: Providence universities thrive while high schools nosedive

Mar 11, 2020

Group offering free online S.T.E.M. tutoring for students

A URI graduate is pulling young minds together to help high school students in science, math, engineering, and technology classes with free online tutoring because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Group offering free online S.T.E.M. tutoring for students

Aug 8, 2019

Gladwell's Outliers and the sweet serendipity of William Gates

Opportunity is the overlooked variable when calculating the probability of individual success.

Gladwell's Outliers and the sweet serendipity of William Gates

Jul 25, 2019

Korean fried barbeque: the unexpected origins of Sprout and S.T.E.M.

The past experiences of a recent college graduate and the present conditions of public education converge to yield a nonprofit organization.

Korean fried barbeque: the unexpected origins of Sprout and S.T.E.M.