Director of Programs and Partnerships
Over the past twenty+ years Claire has been involved in the design and implementation of multiple STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) educational outreach programs. She has worked extensively to bridge connections between higher education's research community and its educational partners from K-14. Her work has led to deep understanding and respect for the partner community that Higher Education seeks to support. It has also has provided her multiple opportunities to mentor university students interested in sharing their passion for science, engineering and innovation.
Claire's continued goals are to utilize this expertise to design and implement innovative programs and partnerships that effectively engage individuals and communities currently underrepresented in these fields and to support the development of the next generation of STEM professionals, and that meet our rapidly changing regional and national technological needs.
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Project Implementation Coordinator
Nick graduated from Tufts University with a BS in Engineering Science in 2012 and is currently pursuing a Masters in Education at Northeastern University. In addition, he has taught physics, chemistry, and engineering at various schools and grade levels (German and English).
He supports and helps run all the various events at the Center for STEM Education. Nick enjoys building robots, programming calculators, playing volleyball and designing games. He also loves exploring the world, both in person (favorites: Fiji and Czech Republic) and virtually (avid Google Earth user).
YSP Program Coordinator
Emily graduated from Northeastern University in 2019 with a bachelor's degree in Bioengineering (concentration: Bioimaging and Signal Processing). She works at the Center helping lead programming at BPS Schools, public libraries and field trips on campus. She co-lead the EFA Robotics program at the Mendell Elementary School in 2017-2019, and is the YSP coordinator for summer 2019.
Emily loves the outdoors, particularly camping, skiing, and hiking. She also enjoys traveling and was able to live and research abroad at the Institute for Biomechanics Germany in 2017.
REU-POWER Program Coordinator
Camara completed her undergraduate education at Hampton University studying Electrical Engineering in 2017 and is currently pursuing her Masters at Northeastern University studying Electrical Engineering with a focus in Power Electronics. Camara is a member of Graduate Women in Science and Engineering (GWISE) as well as the Graduate Students of Color Collective (GSCC). She enjoys cooking, traveling, and attending music festivals when she is not studying or working in her lab. Upon graduation, Camara wants to continue to help encourage minority students pursue education and careers in STEM.