The vision for the K-12 Outreach Program is to provide appropriate means for engagement for a variety of constituencies along the K-12 spectrum.
|Audience:||Elementary and Middle school children and families; open to conference participants, participants in STEM programs at NU and the local community.|
|Where:||Northeastern University’s main campus|
|When:||Sunday, July 8th, 9:30-12:30|
Children and families will engage in variety of activities tied to the research areas of the conference. University graduate students and undergraduate students, in addition to partner teachers and organizations, will staff the various activities. Children will have a “passport” of all activities represented that will be “stamped” upon completion of that station. In addition we will hold at least two 15-20 minute “performances/presentations” that all attendees might engage in. All participants will receive additional information regarding STEM family activities available across the city in addition to a selection of handouts regarding academic pathways/careers in engineering.
- STEM Sunday Website
- Program Flier
- Register Here
- Interested to volunteer?
- Schedule for graduate students
Day at the Conference for local High School and Community College Students and Teachers
|Audience:||High School and Community College students and teachers, chosen from REU/RET/Young Scholars current participants as well as alumni|
|When:||Monday, July 9th|
Participants will engage in an introductory session and have specific conference sessions identified for participation. They will meet at lunch for roundtable discussion and again at the end of the session day. Continued feedback will be solicited from both cohorts after the conference.