Thank you to everyone that participated, judged and volunteered for the 2021 CT-STEM Science fair! RESULTS 2021 CT-STEM Fair Results 2021 CT-STEM CSEF Sponsorship
Advancing Science Research Teaching (ASRT) is accepting applications for their program. The ASRT program is designed to equip high school teachers with the knowledge, insights and activities to increase science research opportunities for their students. Application deadline is Monday, March 1st at 11:59 pm (Pacific Time). https://www.asrtprogram.com
Once you have established an account, then navigate to: Account Setup Complete to enter the fair. Good Luck!
STEM Research Grant for Teachers From Society for Science & the Public Society for Science & the Public is offering grants for $1000 for high school or middle school in the United States, and preference will be given to teachers at schools that are composed of at least 25% low income students or 25% students… Continue Reading
CONNECTICUT STEM FOUNDATION, INC. PRESS RELEASE FOR 2020 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS The Connecticut STEM Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2020 Scholarship Program: Caroline Badagliacca, a senior at Sacred Heart in Greenwich, CT, received a $1,000 scholarship to help defray her freshman year college costs. Caroline will attend Vanderbilt University and… Continue Reading
Fair Director, Tim DeJulio presents the Paul Heilman Award for outstanding contribution to STEM education in the State of Connecticut to Steve Roux of Wilton based ASML. Here is the press release.
CT STEM Fair Results 2020
Judges and volunteers, please bring the insurance waiver form with us on the day of the fair.
Dr. Masino is the Vernon Roosa Professor of Applied Science at Trinity College and holds a PhD in biology. She is currently a Charles Bullard Fellow at Harvard Forest, working on a research project on forests and brain health in collaboration with Harvard Medical School. She is also the Hartford County Coordinator for the Old… Continue Reading
Where to begin? To quote some wise person from a time long, long ago and a place far, far away, “one man’s happiness is another man’s sorrow.” I may have gotten that wrong, but you get the picture. Awards ceremonies are always bittersweet on the individual level—it’s just the way the world works. All 1,842… Continue Reading