Mathworks: Are the Rainforests Disappearing

Framingham State University 100 State St, Framingham, MA, United States

Mathworks has partnered with Framingham State University for a STEM Week presentation. "The Amazon rainforest is the largest and most diverse rainforest in the world. However, it has been receding due to rampant deforestation. In this session, we will use MATLAB and the Image Processing Toolbox to analyze satellite images of the rainforest spanning several... Read more »

MCLA STEM Building Blocks

Mass College of Liberal Arts 375 Church St, North Adams, MA, United States

If you are interested in learning about hosting a science fair at your school or are interested in what the Berkshire STEM Lending Library has to offer join us at the MCLA Center for Science and Innovation on Oct. 19th from 3:30 – 6:30 pm.  MSEF will give an overview of the benefits and process of... Read more »

Climatetech Summit 2023

Greentown Labs 444 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA, United States

Greentown Labs invites their climatech innovators for a day of hands-on labs and showcasing exciting work. MSEF invites 2 interested students to attend with us. Must be able to attend on a school day. Email [email protected] to learn more. Visit for instructions on how to sign up.

Bridgewater State University Open Lab Night

Bridgewater State University 131 Summer Street, Bridgewater, Massachusetts

The Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (CASE) invites you to Open Lab Night 2023, an event for the entire community, especially K-12 students. Open Lab Night features STEM activities and demonstrations. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Parking is... Read more »

Massachusetts Envirothon Fall Workshop for Teams and Coaches

UMASS Amherst 1 Campus Center Way, Amherst, Massachusetts

This workshop is open to coaches and team members — even those who are just becoming acquainted with the program. Five or more workshops will run concurrently, offering a variety of sessions on each of the topic areas (forests, soils, water and wildlife), this year’s current issue:Renewable Energy for a Sustainable Future, environmental skills and... Read more »

Building the Storyline Using Culturally Relevant Phenomena in Your Classroom

Blue Hill Observatory & Science Center Milton, Massachusetts

Explore how to use storyline routines and anchoring phenomena to shift your curriculum to student-centered science learning as you explore the relationship between humans, climate, and the natural environment. In this workshop, you will explore examples of how real-world phenomena can be used to investigate the effects of climate on the ecosystem. Using problem-based issues,... Read more »

Bot Bash

Western New England University 1215 Wilbraham Rd, Springfield, MA, United States

First year Engineering Students from Western New England University showcase their creation at the annual Bot Bash competition. MSEF invites area classrooms or interested students to attend as observers. Watch students innovate on their creations, present their work, and compete for prizes. Email [email protected] to learn more.

Engineering Design with Artificial Intelligence for Middle and High School Teachers

Virtual Event

This course has two parts: learning about AI/ML and learning how to use it in Middle and High School STEAM classes. During the course, participants will engage in hands-on robotics activities using AI. No prior robotics experience is required. Jan 17 - May 3 Anytime

Survivor Island Challenge

Massasoit Community College Canton, MA

This unique simulation experience engages participants to imagine they are on a desered island where they will work with solar panels, water pumps, windmills and other alternative energy sources as you design and build a system for moving and filtering water from a fresh water resource to their encampment. Throughout the challenge participants keep a... Read more »

My Heart in Your Hands

Broad Institute Auditorium + Lobby 415 Main St., Cambridge

The heart uniquely straddles the world of art and science — a powerful metaphor for love and loss on the one hand, a literal life-sustaining force within each of us and an intense focus of genetic and medical research on the other. Join a Broad Discovery Series x Catalyst Conversations event addressing the heart, from the point of view... Read more »

Storyline Model of Teaching and Learning Science

Virtual Event

Dese Approved course for OAPL. The course guides educators through the shift toward student-centered science teaching and learning where students 'figure out' and explain a real-world phenomenon, as well as the implementation of high-quality instructional materials. February 20-24 8:45-3:30pm To register: (for questions, email Donna Taylor: [email protected])