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2020 Young Scholars Program – W...

With the conclusion of the program quickly approaching, the Young Scholars have begun wrapping up their research projects. With the guidance of Mark Casto, a science and engineering teacher at Amesbury High School, the students have been making strides in the creation of their posters to present their research. Students will have the opportunity to […]

nuSTEM Newsletter – Week 13 (7/...

Welcome to Week 13! >>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 […]

2020 Young Scholars Program – C...

Week three of the Young Scholars Program marks the halfway point for our high school researchers. On Monday, July, 13th, the YSP students participated in a Co-op/STEM Panel with four Northeastern students: Colin Bergmann, Nathalie Leger, Nithila Raman, and Fatemah Mukadum. Colin Bergmann is a recent Northeastern graduate, receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Engineering. […]

2020 Young Scholars Program – Y...

Last week, students had the opportunity to meet two Young Scholars Program alumni, Natasha Fedan ’04 and Andre Gonzaga ’14. After completing YSP, Natasha Fedan went on to receive a Masters degree in Biology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is now working with the Naval Surface Welfare Center in Dahlgren, Virginia. Andre Gonzaga studied computer […]

A summer of virtual exploration and d...

This summer is a bit different at Northeastern University for the students selected to participate in the Young Scholar’s program. Selected students are participating in a fully virtual experience, working in teams with their mentors defining research goals, learning new software, beginning to learn experimental procedures and techniques, and so on. 18 students were accepted […]

nuSTEM Funletter – Week 12 (7/1...

Welcome to Week 12! >>Click Here for this week’s NewsFunletter<< This week’s newsletter is a little different than usual. Originally intended to be part of our summer newsletter; this newsletter moves away from a hands-on activity-style newsletter and instead is all about fun and games! Written by our work study Hadeel, this newsletter focuses on […]

nuSTEM Newsletter – Week 11 (7/...

Welcome to Week 11! Welcome back to newsletter blog posts everyone! We were sadly unable to finish our one big summer newsletter, but will be adding what we worked on to our newsletter posts, which will be continuing bi/-weekly. In addition, we will be posting a resource update each week, with links to interesting webpages. […]

A DAY FOR REFLECTION, ENGAGEMENT, AND...

A DAY FOR REFLECTION, ENGAGEMENT, AND ACTION

Please join us – “Northeastern will be suspending operations on Monday, June 8th to hold two live events focused on unity, equality, and justice. A morning vigil (11 a.m.) will be held in response to the killing of George Floyd and other Black people by police officers, to be followed by a discussion on civil […]

nuSTEM Newsletter – Week 10 (5/...

Welcome to Week 10! This week we will be doing a deeper dive into Bioengineering! Please note that this will be the last weekly newsletter until September. We will be publishing a single “Summer Newsletter” (late June) to cover the summer. We will continue with bi-weekly newsletters in September. >>Click Here for this week’s Newsletter<< […]

Happy Monday! Homework Help!

Happy Monday (of week 9)! Governor Baker’s Re-Opening plan has been published – people will start heading back to work now and/or soon! Although many people will be heading back to work, schools (and daycares) are still physically closed right now. Students are still going to (virtual) school and being assigned homework. Students who need […]

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