Director of Programs and Partnerships
Over the past twenty+ years Claire has been involved in the design and implementation of multiple STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) educational outreach programs. She has worked extensively to bridge connections between higher education's research community and its educational partners from K-14. Her work has led to deep understanding and respect for the partner community that Higher Education seeks to support. It has also has provided her multiple opportunities to mentor university students interested in sharing their passion for science, engineering and innovation.
Claire's continued goals are to utilize this expertise to design and implement innovative programs and partnerships that effectively engage individuals and communities currently underrepresented in these fields and to support the development of the next generation of STEM professionals, and that meet our rapidly changing regional and national technological needs.
Phone: (617) 373-2036
Project Implementation Coordinator
Maureen graduated from Northeastern University in 2015 with a BS in Industrial Engineering and Minor in Business Administration. She coordinated the 2015 Young Scholars Program with Maddy Leger. She is the Project Implementation Coordinator for the Center, where she oversees and runs the various programs offered by the Center for STEM. These programs include the K-12 field trips, the new student organization STEMOut, the BPS Science Fair, and the after-school programs. Her interest in STEM outreach comes from her love of engineering and passion for teaching and inspiring young minds. She loves to travel and has been to Italy, Israel, France, Austria, Hungary, Mexico, Canada, and various states in America. Maureen enjoys hiking, boating, and beaching. She is very proud to have gotten to meet Jimmy Fallon at Chinese restaurant in Harvard Square.
Phone: (617) 373-8380
Nick graduated from Tufts University with a BS in Engineering Science in 2012 and began a Masters in ME at Northeastern University in 2014. In addition, he has taught physics, chemistry, and engineering at various schools and grade levels (German and English).
He supports the K-12 field trips program, NUSSP, the BPS Science Fair, and after-school programs run by the Center for STEM. Nick enjoys building robots, programming calculators, playing volleyball and designing games. He also loves exploring the world, both in person (favorites: Fiji and Czech Republic) and virtually (avid Google Earth user).
Phone: (617) 373-8380
Phone: (617) 373-8497