Since 1985, the Triangle Coalition for STEM Education has advocated for the improvement of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education in the United States. Headquartered in the DC metro area, the Triangle Coalition is comprised of member organizations that represent business, education, and STEM societies nationwide.

Triangle Coalition unifies the voices of these stakeholders through actions in three major areas: communication, advocacy, and programmatic efforts to advance STEM education for all students.

If your organization wants to stay informed on the latest news, programs, legislative activities, and resources related to STEM education; connect with other like-minded organizations; have a voice on Capitol Hill; and affect real change in STEM education, then you have come to the right place.

We invite you to join our call for improvement in STEM education by becoming a member today!

Triangle Coalition for STEM Education was informed July 22, 2015 that the Department of Energy/Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) has chosen to discontinue the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educators Fellowship Program management contract with Triangle Coalition at the conclusion of the 2014-15 Program.

We understand that an email was sent to all parties that responded to the AEF Program RFP, indicating that the Statement of Work had changed, the RFP was cancelled, and an award would not be made. ORAU communicated to Triangle Coalition that ORAU would self-administer the program beginning with the 2015-16 cohort.

Please direct all inquiries related to the AEF Program to ORAU, Einsteinfellows@orise.orau.gov, or to the Department of Energy, sc.einstein@science.doe.gov.