Northeastern’s Center for STEM education hosted the 67th annual Boston Science Fair over the weekend, where middle– and high-school students presented research on topics ranging from basketball bouncing to cellular signaling.
Northeastern’s Center for STEM Education hosted 160 middle-school students for an all-day program that introduced the teens to collegiate life.
Northeastern faculty member elected to the Massachusetts Academy of the Sciences for his leadership in elevating math and science education
Researcher whose work has enhanced science teaching and learning in Boston schools wins $2.1 million NSF grant to help classroom teachers understand the fundamentals of energy
At Town Hall on research, accomplished students say opportunities to do advanced science are here for the taking
Governor Patrick appoints faculty member to new advisory post for math, science, and engineering education.
National Science Foundation grant supports program to get students hooked on math and science through research opportunities
Boston – September 15, 2008 – Northeastern University has been chosen by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to lead a new program designed to improve middle school […]
WHAT: Northeastern University’s RE-SEED (Retirees Enhancing Science Education Through Experiments and Demonstrations) program will host its 14th annual conference for volunteers. More than 70 people are expected to attend, many […]