The NYU Tandon School of Engineering provides in-depth and ongoing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education to NYC elementary, middle and high school students and STEM training to teachers. Your contribution helps the School's Center for K12 STEM Education democratize access to the kind of high-quality, sustained STEM teaching and learning that K-12 students and teachers need to succeed.
Support free, immersive summer 2016 STEM education experiences for 600 NYC middle and high school students and teachers and help promote diversity in STEM studies and careers. Students and teachers will spend 1-7 weeks on NYU Tandon School of Engineering's downtown Brooklyn campus and conduct mentored research, learn in our Science of Smart Cities program, study computer science and cyber security and more. This effort will involve nearly 100 Engineering faculty, graduate and undergraduate students through the School's Center for K12 STEM Education. Our Center is dedicated to serve demographic groups that are underrepresented in STEM fields: students of color, girls and young women, and those from low-income backgrounds.
In Fall 2015, the Center's programs delivered 6,500 hours of STEM instruction to over 800 NYC elementary, middle and high school students in #STEMNOW programs. In summer 2015, we welcomed 65 teachers and nearly 150 students to campus. We want to do much, much more in 2016 and your help can make that happen.
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