Research Experiences for K-12 Teachers and Community College Faculty
Research Experience for Teachers at Northeastern University The Research Experiences for Teachers (RET) program at Northeastern University and University of Massachusetts-Lowell is a six-week summer research experience funded by the National Science Foundation for middle and high school mathematics and science teachers and Community College STEM faculty.
Participants work in research laboratories affiliated with the Colleges of Arts & Sciences and Engineering, ALERT, the Bernard M. Gordon Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems (Gordon-CenSSIS) at Northeastern University and Boston University, and the Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing at Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. Professional development component of the summer program is provided by the Center for STEM Education.
Middle School Science Camp – Exxon Mobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp
The Mission is to enable youth, entering grades 6th, 7th, and 8th, to develop and achieve their full potential through support of social, recreational and STEM-based educational programs. Our core principles include: Encouraging education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), encouraging and motivating youth to pursue STEM careers, fostering teamwork, leadership and citizenship. Our goals consist of engaging students in the practical aspects of STEM, introduce students to college life, and inspire students to pursue careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
High Tech Tool & Toys Lab Dissemination to Community College
The High-Tech Tools and Toys Laboratory is a discovery-based educational laboratory. This program helps to promote a philosophy of putting modern technology into the hands of students as early as possible in their education, and using this technology to solve real, open-ended problems in a series of Tools and Toys Modules.
The laboratory creates an exciting problem-solving environment where generic engineering skills (e.g. data analysis, writing and project planning) are learned. State-of-the-art components such as digital cameras, global positioning systems, and ultrasound imaging equipment nourish student enthusiasm for the profession, familiarizes students with industry documentation and methods, and motivates them to pursue the engineering details.
Innovation Fast Track
EXCLUSIVE TO CENTER MEMBERS: Log in to explore your Innovation Fast Track, an online portal that gives you one-stop access to center researchers, funding opportunities, exclusive events and more.Learn More
Students, get connected with Industry Partners, find out about research and volunteer opportunities within ALERT, or get advice on how to best showcase your work at Student Central.Learn More
ALERT is led by Northeastern University (NEU) and includes three key academic strategic partners: Boston University, Purdue University, and University of Rhode Island (URI).Learn More