Posts by Nicolas Fuchs

Engineering for Everyone Expo –...

We would like to invite you to join us at our Engineering for Everyone Expo on Friday, February 24th from 10:00am-12:00pm at Northeastern University. This expo is open to the public and we encourage K-12 students and their parents to attend. During this time, Northeastern student organizations and volunteers will present hands-on tabletop activities/demos about various science, technology, engineering, and math […]

Building Bridges – Fall 2022

Last Friday, December 2, 2022 the Center for STEM Education at Northeastern University, in collaboration with the College of Engineering/Admissions, hosted the Fall edition of our Building Bridges event. 93 students from 36 different schools in 3 states came to learn all about engineering. Students picked from 14 different sessions, wherein students learned about various […]

Higginson-Lewis – Reverse Field...

On Monday December 5, three members from NUCLEUS (Northeastern University Community Liaisons for Education Using STEM) partnered with the Center for STEM Education to visit the Higginson/Lewis K-8 School. They visited the fourth grade classroom, working with 35 students. Katie, Haley, and Mikey started off the day by discussing engineering as a field and as […]

Looking for Activities on a Saturday ...

STEMout at JP Boston Public Library – Saturdays 10:30-12:00 STEMout, our affiliated NEU student volunteer organization, is hosting a weekly STEM program at Jamaica Plains’ Boston Public Library (30 South Street, JP 02130), every Saturday morning from 10:30am-12:00pm. The age range of the program is 8-12 (3rd grade to 6th grade). Students participate in hands-on […]

Rafael Hernandez School – STEM Field ...

On Friday, October 28th we had our third field trip of the year where the fourth grade class from the Rafael Hernandez dual English/Spanish language school came to learn about natural disasters and preparedness. Thank you to NEU volunteers for making this day possible: Stephanie, Erika, Jackson, Munin, and Maya. The day focused on learning […]

BPS STEM College and Career Fair (10....

On Saturday, October 22nd, I (Nick) went as a representative for Northeastern’s Center for STEM Education to the BPS STEM College and Career Fair (10-1). The fair was open to Boston Public School (BPS) students of all ages – one section of the Reggie Lewis Center dedicated to Employers/Career Agencies/Universities and another section (where I […]

Explorations in Science (10.20.2022)

On Thursday, October 20th we hosted a special field trip, titled “Explorations in Science”. On this day, two 11th grade classes came in to learn more about physics: Ms. Tongcharoensirikul’s AP chemistry class from Quincy High School and Ms. Cicero’s AP Biology class from Boston Collegiate Charter School. After a quick introduction to Northeastern and […]

JP Manning School – STEM Field Trip (...

On Friday, October 14th we had our second field trip of the 2022-2023 academic year. On this day, 39 fifth+sixth grade students from the JP Manning School came to learn about engineering. Thank you to NEU students Lauren, Maya, Erika, Munin, and Nigel for helping out today! We started by learning about engineering and the […]

Building Bridges – Fall 2022 &#...

To All Interested High School Students, On Friday, December 2nd, 2022, Northeastern University will once again sponsor Building Bridges, a day dedicated to students considering a career in engineering. This event will be in-person and at Northeastern! (Testing/COVID protocols are lifted on campus). Building Bridges provides an opportunity for you to learn what engineering in […]

RBTV – Field Trip (9.19.2022)

On Saturday, September 19th, we had our first field trip of the 2022-2023 academic school year! Working with our partner organization, Ron Burton Training Village, we hosted 60 girls (grades 6-12) for a day focused on AI/energy and policies thereof. Thank you to all STEM volunteers who attended today, including two completely new volunteers(*): Karen, […]

K-12 Student Engagement (2022-2023)

Number of students directly interacted with with program efforts in AY 2022-23 (Sept ’22 – Feb’23):


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