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Archives for April 2017
Alexandria Brasili joined MMSA in April 2017 as a Research Associate. She holds a Master’s degree in Science Education from Oregon State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Bowdoin College.
MMSA’s very own ACRES project (Afterschool Coaching of Rural Educators in STEM) recently presented and attended several national conferences. The project is in its second year of funding and is already positively impacting not only Maine’s Afterschool programs, but rolling out their coaching model on a national scale. We thought we would take a moment… [Read More]
The following is an interview between MMSA employees, senior research scientist Dr. Tom Keller and communications and digital media specialist Alex Theberge Alex: Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance has been an organization committed to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education in Maine since its inception. How did it all start? Tom: In 1992, we… [Read More]
The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) conference is always an exciting event where we can showcase MMSA’s programs as well as listen to talks from others that measure best practice and new innovations. This year’s NSTA conference in Los Angeles was no exception. MMSA’s WeatherBlur citizen science project presented its use of the S.M.A.R.T process… [Read More]
In just one month, three Maine students will head to Los Angeles, California for the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF). They will join more than 1,500 high school students from 75 countries who received top honors at their local science & engineering fairs. Three other students will represent Maine at national competitions this… [Read More]