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Mission Grammar – STEM Field Trip (10...

On Friday, October 15th, 2021, we had our second reverse field trip of the year! We visited the 1st grade classes at the Mission Grammar School in Mission Hill (Boston). A younger field trip audience than usual (we typically do 4th-8th graders), this field trip was our third ever with Mission Grammar (the teacher we […]

Genetics Afterschool Program

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00pm to 5:00pm the Center for STEM Education is virtually hosting faculty lead presentations followed by Q&A sessions in collaboration with our Pathways to STEM program, an afterschool program geared towards high school students interested in STEM. Students are still able to join and the link to sign up is […]

Grew Elementary – STEM Field Trip (10...

On Friday, October 1st, we had our second field trip of the year – a “reverse” field trip (RFT) – where instead of students coming to us, we went to visit a school. We’ve done similar RFTs in the past, but it’s been awhile (last RFT in November 2017). For this field trip, we visited […]

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:

STEM Harvest Fest

STEM Harvest Fest Northeastern’s Center for STEM Education, in partnership with Northeastern student organizations and clubs, will be hosting a fall STEM expo, open to the public, on Saturday, October 30th from 10:00am to 1:00pm. The Fest will take place on the Northeastern campus – held (rain or shine) in outdoor tents located in West […]

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 […]

Welcome Back –

Here at Northeastern University’s Center for STEM Education, we are extremely excited for the start of the school year. We have a lot planned for this upcoming semester, perfect for students, teachers, and volunteers. Field Trips, Afterschool Programs, and other Opportunities: Interested in getting involved? Check out the links below for upcoming opportunities! Field Trips: […]

Engineering PLUS – New NSF Gran...

“Northeastern Wins $10 Million NSF Grant to Boost People of Color and Women in Engineering Nationally” Despite decades of scattered efforts to improve diversity in engineering, the number of women and people of color remains far below their representation in the U.S. population as a whole. To solve this problem, Northeastern’s College of Engineering won […]

Pathways to STEM -> Registration Open

Pathways to STEM -> Registration Open

Are you in high school? Interested in learning more about potential STEM career paths / research in college? Pathways to STEM (P2S) is a virtual after school program geared towards high school students interested in STEM. Students will be exploring diverse career pathways through research presentations. Northeastern faculty members will be presenting their ongoing research […]

2021 Young Scholars Program: End of P...

2021 YSP Participants + Presentations The morning of Thursday, July 29th marked the end of the 2021 Young Scholars Program. 22 students presented their five weeks of virtual research to an audience of family, friends, and faculty. Check out this year’s presentations here! The Center of STEM Education would like to congratulate all the YSP scholars […]

K-12 Student Engagement (2020-2021)

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