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 […]
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 […]
The Long Island STEM Hub and Empire State Development Announce the Launch of “Full STEM Ahead Long Island” Video Series and Curriculum
Videos and Correlated Curriculum Highlight Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math on Long Island The Long Island STEM Hub and Empire State Development (ESD) announced the launch of a new video series and curriculum for children in grades K-12 titled “Full STEM Ahead Long Island,” which will highlight science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) […]
Are you, or do you know a College or High School student who is curious about Science and would like to meet people in various Science careers? Molloy College has an exclusive opportunity, the chance to meet professionals in the Sciences! Once a month Molloy College hosts a scientist or academician at The Explorer’s Club, […]
Dr. Sylvia Earle will be at Molloy College on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 for a free event! All high school students are encouraged and welcome to attend. To register, please go to: http://connect.molloy.edu/womeninscience The event will be in the Madison Theatre at Molloy College from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We hope you can come!