The Center for STEM Education at Northeastern University seeks to build and support a community of educators, researchers, and students, with the collective goal of strengthening the K-20 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) educational pipeline in Greater Boston and across the nation. 

Program Updates

Recent News and Events

Building Bridges – High School College of Engineering Event – May 16th, 2014The Spring 2014 Building Bridges program will take place on Friday, May 16th from 9 am – 3 pm. WHEN: Friday, May 16th  - Check-in: 9-9:30 am WHERE: Northeastern University Curry Student Center Ballroom (2nd Floor) - Map WHO: High school students interested in engineering HOW: $15  Registration fee - Register Online Here! About the Building Bridges […]
Albert Einstein Science Conference – for K-12 Students/Families/School GroupsRegistration for the Harvard Foundation’s Albert Einstein Science Conference is now available! The 2014 Conference, titled “Threads of Existence,” will take place on Saturday, March 29th, 2014. The conference will include short presentations and demonstrations targeted to an audience of K-12 students. The conference is free, and is designed to be accessible to all. Breakfast […]
68th Annual Boston Citywide Science FairThis past Saturday March 1st, over 350 Boston Public School students gathered at Northeastern University’s Cabot Gym for the 68th Annual BPS Science Fair coordinated by the BPS Science Department and supported by Northeastern University and Science from Scientists.  Middle and high school students presented their projects to judges from higher education institutions and professional […]




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    Center for STEM Education
    520 International Village
    360 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA. 02115

    Email: stem@neu.edu
    Phone: (617) 373-8380
    Fax: (617) 373-7084