Kid Inventor Spotlight: Liana & the Zero Mess Tray

Here at the Connecticut Science Center, we are so proud to partner with Connecticut Invention Convention to highlight kid inventors from around our state. Throughout the year, we spotlight students who have participated in Connecticut Invention Convention in our Invention Dimension gallery. We are so excited that we can highlight these amazing students in a series …

STEM Career Connections: Interview with Allison Ray

This summer, I spent six weeks interning with the Public Programs team at the Connecticut Science Center. I had the opportunity to sit down and speak with Allison Ray, a Project Manager at Burns & McDonnell. Allison participated in one of the Science Center’s Mini-STEM Career Showcases earlier in the summer and shared information about …

Linking STEM and the Next Generation Science Standards

By now everyone involved in K-12 education is well aware of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). NGSS was developed out of concern for science education in the United States and the ability of our students to compete in a world with an ever-increasing demand on STEM careers and people to fill them. Incorporating STEM …

STEM Achievement Awards Nominee Interview: Kathleen Rowland

The Connecticut Science Center celebrates the achievements of professionals, groups, advocates, businesses, and leaders who share our mission to inspire lifelong learning through interactive and innovative experiences that explore our changing world through science. We honor these individuals and organizations in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields at our annual Awards Breakfast, presented …