About Us

Who We Are

STEMRES is a non-profit organization that started its operations in 2017. It was established to support and widen the career aspirations and opportunities of children in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) right from primary school all through secondary school. We employ a holistic approach to support young people’s education by:

Working with Government

We advise on EdTech solutions, develop policies to incorporate use of ICT effectively in classrooms and carry out strategic programmes and interventions to increase in-and out-of-school engagement in STEM for government leaders.

Working with young people

We create exciting and interesting exposure for young people to explore STEM careers by engaging them in a wide range of interesting science projects that increase their understanding, interest and enthusiasm towards science.

Working with parents

We provide the knowledge parents need to support their children in making choices in STEM education.

Working with Teacher

We conduct training and workshops to produce capable 21st century teachers with the knowledge and intellect to teach effectively using technological Working with tools and methods.

Core Team

From curriculum design, and outreach to digital engagements and hackathons, we have a team of thinkers, creators and makers constantly engaging with our audience.

Chinelo Ogbuabia

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Damilare Ajiboye

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Damilola Ajulo

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Kunle Olaleye

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Oluwafemi Alufa

Director of Strategy and Engagement

Oluwaseun Fatile

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Segun Adebowale

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Moejewku Sylvia

Research Assistant/ STEM Educator

Core Team

From curriculum design, and outreach to digital engagements and hackathons, we have a team of thinkers, creators and makers constantly engaging with our audience.

Kunle Olaleye

Executive Director

Oluwafemi Alufa

Director of Strategy and Engagement

Victor Ayodele

Director of research

Oluwadamilare Ajiboye

Research Analyst

Olaleye Femi

Research Analyst

Olanrewaju Tolu

Research Associate

Moejewku Sylvia

Research Assistant/ STEM Educator

Oluwaseun Fatile

Research Assistant/ STEM Educator

Segun Adebowale

Research Intern

Sonia Kpohraror

Research Intern

Ajulo Oluwadamilola

UX Researcher

Advisory and Board of Trustees

STEMRES benefits from the experience and guidance of a wide range of professionals, from academia, government and industry.
Tackling gender stereotypes in STEM educational resources.
Technology-enhanced teaching: A technology acceptance model to study teachers’ intentions to use digital games in the classroom.
Barriers and identified solutions to the integration of digital technologies in the classroom: A case study of teachers in Nigeria.

Some of Our Publications

Tackling gender stereotypes in STEM educational resources. View Now

Technology-enhanced teaching: A technology acceptance model to study teachers’ intentions to use digital games in the classroom.
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Barriers and identified solutions to the integration of digital technologies in the classroom: A case study of teachers in Nigeria. View Now

Some of Our Publications

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