COVID-19! How Can I Protect Myself and Others?


Another great resource from the Smithsonian Science for Global Goals Project, “COVID-19! How Can I Protect Myself and Others?” is now available for download! This curriculum geared for Grades 3-8 will help students “understand the science of the virus that causes COVID-19 and other viruses like it.” The course explains how the virus is impacting […]

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Women in STEM on Long Island

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According to the National Science Foundation, while women comprise half of the workforce, less than 30% hold STEM careers (2018). When we take a closer look, women in STEM are mainly represented in the health science and research divisions, but if we compare these findings to architecture and engineering, women are less represented. In order […]

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Molloy College – Virtual Saturday Science for Students

Molloy College is offering two more Virtual Saturday Science for Students with the Explorer’s Club discussions this year. On Saturday, November 21st, hear Dr. Robert Nuzzi, Aquatic Scientist, talk about his career. On Saturday, December 5th, listen as Dr. Artie Kopelman, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus at SUNY, speak about his career as a population ecologist […]

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Science Thursdays at Brookhaven Lab

Science Thursdays at Brookhaven Lab is a virtual live Q&A conversation series on the third Thursday of the month with STEM professionals. During the 45 minute Q&A sessions, students and teachers learn about BNL’s research, its impact on society, and possible career paths. Check out the Office of Educational Programs webpage for information about these […]

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