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The Long Island Water Quality STEM Challenge

Water is life, and Long Island’s pristine waters have always been a source of pride and sustenance for its residents. However, the beauty and health of our waters are under threat from an invisible but potent enemy: nitrogen pollution. To combat this growing issue, Long Island is turning to its most valuable resource—its youth. The […]

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Long Island’s Manufacturing Month

manufacturing month on long island

The Cradle of Aviation Museum in partnership with Suffolk Community College and their local manufacturing professionals, cordially invites you and your students to participate in Long Island’s Manufacturing Month. While Manufacturing Day is celebrated on the first Friday of October, there are so many opportunities in our region; they have curated a month-long celebration to […]

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Empowering Long Island’s Future: Cradle of Aviation Museum and MacArthur Airport Partner to Inspire Aviation Education

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May 25, 2023, marked an exciting day for aviation education and career opportunities on Long Island. The Cradle of Aviation Museum, Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP), and the Town of Islip joined forces to establish a unique partnership aimed at promoting aviation education and inspiring students to consider careers in the field. The partnership was […]

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Long Island STEM Hub’s Career Conversations A Resounding Success!

Long Island STEM Hub's Career Conversations

The Long Island STEM Hub’s Career Conversations program proved to be a transformative initiative, offering invaluable resources and guidance to students and parents as they explored exciting career paths in STEM fields. With a diverse range of topics and free access, these sessions empowered participants to unlock the code to a successful future. Key Program […]

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4 Applications of STEM Education in Real-Life

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STEM education produces individuals who move on to get medical, engineering, and science jobs. These careers are essential because they advance healthcare, technology, and research for the benefit of society. Unfortunately, STEM careers are facing a problem today. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the number of STEM jobs will grow by 8% by 2029. […]

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Career Conversations: Long Island STEM Hub Bridges the Gap Between Students and STEM Professionals

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The Long Island STEM Hub has reason to celebrate as it reaches the mid-point of its series, “Career Conversations.” This program has proven to be a resounding success, serving over 100 students and parents, and providing them with the opportunity to interact with professionals in the fields of IT, manufacturing, energy, and aviation. This purposeful […]

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Molloy University – CERCOM Newsletter


Molloy University has just released the latest version of The Coastal Monitor – the official newsletter of the Center for Environmental Research and Coastal Oceans Monitoring (CERCOM). Within the newsletter you will find: A message from the Director of CERCOM, John T. Tanacredi, Ph.D. Spotlight on Students Horseshoe Crab Inventory on LI Tide Gage Blooming […]

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Science Thursdays with Brookhaven Lab

Science Thursdays with Brookhaven Lab

The Office of Educational Program presents Science Thursdays with Brookhaven Lab taking place on November 17th from 4:00 to 4:45 pm. This session will cover Control Engineering at NSLS-II. Presenting is Chris Guerrero, Senior Technology Analyst at Brookhaven National Laboratory who acts as a Controls Engineer for the Data Science and Systems Integration program at […]

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