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After-school/Informal STEM Publications and Reports

After School: A Vital Partner in STEM Education Afterschool Alliance, S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation, Time Warner Cable, May 2011 This report makes the case for building after-school partnerships around STEM and expanding the capacity to deliver high-quality informal STEM education.   Culturally Relevant Strategies to Build Student Interest in Science Relating Research to Practice,  Continue Reading »

High-Tech Tools and Toys -Summer Professional Development Opportunity – Community College Faculty and Secondary Teachers

Summer Professional Development Opportunity for Secondary STEM Teachers and Community College Faculty You are invited to apply to attend a two-week summer workshop (July 13th – July 24th)  for Secondary STEM Teachers and/or Community College faculty.  The workshop will introduce participants to the High-Tech Tools and Toys course being offered at Northeastern University and provide  Continue Reading »

America’s Knowledge Economy: A State-by-State Review – Council of State Governments Knowledge Center

The Council of State Governments (CSG) and Elsevier are proud to partner on this report to analyze the research strengths of the United States. Using a variety of data sources, including Scopus—Elsevier’s proprietary abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed research literature—this report assesses where states have a comparative advantage in research and how they can capitalize  Continue Reading »

Young Scholars and Summer STEM Applications Update

Congratulations to all of those accepted to the Summer STEM Program and Young Scholars Program! You will be receiving paperwork for both programs shortly, along with additional information. Please e-mail us if you have any questions.

Cambridge Science Festival and STEMARTS Youth Summit

On Saturday, April 18th, Northeastern students participated in 2 community events – the Cambridge Science Festival’s Carnival, and the STEMARTS Youth Summit. Thousands of students and families descended upon the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School from the Greater Boston area and engaged in hands-on activities and demonstrations with NU students at the Cambridge Science Festival.  Continue Reading »

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