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Engineering For US All

Engineering For US All

Engineering For US All (e4usa)’s goal is to introduce engineering design principles to high school students across the U.S. They are currently accepting high school students, teachers and administrators to participate in their 2022-2023 academic year. Benefits of this program include college credits for participating students and stipends and professional development for participating instructors. Learn more […]

nuSTEM Newsletter 38 – National...

Welcome to Newsletter 38! >>Click Here for this week’s Newsletter<< Sorry for the lack of newsletters but we’re back and excited to share our newest one! In our newsletter you will be introduced to a STEM topic and find a related-activity to work on during the week (please share your results with us!), as well […]

Virtual WID STEM Pi Day Event

Virtual WID STEM Pi Day Event

Celebrate Pi-Day with WID! The Women in Defense STEM Program is hosting a Pi-Day event on March 10th 2022 from 4 to 6PM. This event is open to all Middle School and High School (7 – 12th grade) students within the United States. Students who sign up will have a free hands-on STEM kit they […]

Computer Science Education Week (CSEd...

December 6th to December 12th is Computer Science Education Week! This week is all about inspiring the youth to learn about Computer Science and to promote equity in computer science education. Come celebrate all things Computer Science with Northeastern University’s Center for STEM Education! Learn more about CSEdWeek and how to get involved on their […]

Girl Scout’s STEM Career Badge ...

Girl Scout’s STEM Career Badge – A Spooky Success!

On Saturday, October 30th, Professor Shefelbine invited a few Girl Scouts and their mothers to Northeastern University’s Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex (ISEC) to do a spooky STEM skeleton activity. Given Professor Shefelbine’s extensive research on multi-scale bone biomechanics, the girls learned a lot about bones, their composition and how they change as we age. […]

CANCELLED – STEM Harvest Fest

Due to inclement weather, this event is unfortunately cancelled. We’re extremely sorry about the last minute cancellation and are immensely thankful for your interest in participating in the event. We will be having another expo, Engineering for Everyone Expo, during National Engineers Week on Friday, February 25th (during BPS vacation week). We’re looking forward for […]

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month w...

It’s Hispanic Heritage Month and to celebrate this, Northeastern University’s College of Engineering is highlighting Hispanic and Latinx scientists and engineers who have made important contributions to STEM. Learn more about these influential Hispanic and Latinx scientists and engineers in their article linked below. Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: coe.northeastern.edu/news/hispanic-heritage/

RBTV – STEM Field Trip (9.25.2021)

On Saturday, September 25th, we held our first field trip of the semester in collaboration with the Ron Burton Training Village. They invited Nick and NU volunteers Maya, Brendan, Jonathan and I to the Boston Waterworks Museum. At the Museum, we worked with 40 girls who are interested in STEM to learn more about how […]

What the heck is 5G? Virtual Cambridg...

Virtual Cambridge Science Festival 5G Events   Check out some of the 5G events being held below: Past Events: Screening of “Speed of thought”.    Upcoming Events: WEDNESDAY APRIL 28:  Come meet Sanjay Udani, a technologist that works with members of Congress and also aids in policy decisions! He helps explain 5G and other emerging […]

nuSTEM Newsletter 36 – Physical...

Welcome to Newsletter 36! >>Click Here for this week’s Newsletter<< In our newsletter you will be introduced to a STEM topic and find a related-activity to work on during the week (please share your results with us!), as well as extensions to additional learning or games related to the field. In addition, you will find […]

K-12 Student Engagement (2020-2021)

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