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Harold Alfond Foundation Makes a $1 Million Grant to Maine Math and Science Alliance

“STEM Workforce Ready Maine 2030” Will Expand Computer Science Education in Maine Augusta, Dec 9, 2021 — The Maine Mathematics ...
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Mainer is appointed to the National Board of Education.

The National Academy of Science has recognized Dr. Sue Allen, of Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance, by appointing her to ...
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Afterschool Educators in Maine Can Receive Free Professional Development for Next Four Years

The Maine Mathematics & Science Alliance (MMSA) has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant which provides innovative training for ...
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Exploring with Big Data to Provide Maine Middle-School Aged Youth with a Bright Future

MEDIA RELEASE PDF Version The National Science Foundation has provided the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance (MMSA) and its partner ...
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Physics Day morphs into STEM Day as two Maine institutions collaborate to expand science fun in Maine

MEDIA RELEASE MEDIA EVENT: October 25, 2017 – 10am. PDF Version Funtown Splashtown USA has been running its highly successful ...
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Family Code Night – Get Your Community Involved!

MEDIA RELEASE Date: October 20, 2017 PDF Version It’s no secret that kids love technology. But some parents are concerned ...
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Federal grant will link arts centers and science communication to get Maine’s girls excited about STEM careers through Augmented Reality

MEDIA RELEASE Date: September 29, 2017 PDF Version The National Science Foundation has awarded the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance ...
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Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance receives a $1.85 million federal grant to train rural afterschool providers

MEDIA RELEASE Date: July 7, 2017 PDF Version The Maine Mathematics & Science Alliance (MMSA) has received a National Science ...
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MMSA and Educate Maine awarded Google’s CS4HS Grant

Date: May 24, 2017 PDF Version The Maine Mathematics & Science Alliance (MMSA) and Educate Maine have been announced as ...
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Other media mentions

Searsport students pick up beach trash for class project Third graders at Searsport Elementary School have spent the year picking up trash around the town’s pier to study beach pollution. March 2018 11 Tips for a Better Advisory Board Meeting Sue Allen & the Afterschool Coaching for Rural Educators in STEM (ACRES) project team Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education, February 2018 New STEM partnership focuses on girls Journal Tribune, February 2018

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