Join us for the 7th Annual Winter Wildlife Field Day(s) from March 1st - March 14th! This year's theme is "Nature in your Neighborhood."
This page highlights STEM & CTE Educational opportunities & events occurring in our region. Most events are free & virtual.
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Live Recording: Science Friday's Radio Show – #AskAnExpert: "Why's my tooth loose?" Bring Your Big Kids With Toothy Questions Why don't baby teeth grow into big teeth? Did ancient people have to go to the dentist too? If you've got a little one who's curious about what's going on with their biters, bring your kids […]
When: Every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. PT Where: Science Friday’s YouTube livestream Tickets: Free! Register for more info and reminders. We can’t wait to hang out with you for Science Friday Virtual Trivia Night! SciFri Trivia is an weekly gathering that’s part science-y facts, part dance party, and part pop culture romp — and it’s for […]
Please join us for the annual Women in Science Outside the Lab Speaker Event, part of the EECB Seminar Series with Dr. Kishana Taylor, Postdoctoral Researcher, Carnegie Mellon University "Prioritizing Intersectionality in Interdisciplinary Infectious Disease Research: Intersectional identities (and scientists) must inform how we study disease" Wednesday, March 10th 4:00-5:00 PM Free and open to […]
Sign-up for our inspiring, high quality CS Fundamentals professional development workshops with experienced facilitators. A teacher who attended an Intro workshop left saying "This will totally change my curriculum. I love how the lessons are prepared and aligned to the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards." We couldn't be more proud! Through our network of Regional Partners […]
Teachers and after school educators are invited to take part in this free CryptoClub Educator Training. CryptoClub is funded by the National Science Foundation and uses games, treasure hunts, and other informal activities to engage students (grades 5-12), in both formal and informal settings. It applies topics typically found in a middle-school curriculum, such as decimals and percent, […]