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    Dr. Marrero to the rescue!

    Meghan Marrero, Ed.D.,recently traveled to the world-renowned Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) to give a talk on “Using Science to Change the World."
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    Master Teacher Fellows in STEM at Center for the Urban River at Beczak
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    President Tim Hall at the Wipro SEF induction ceremony

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    "Science and Engineering” tasks with the Wipro Fellows!

    Engineering towers with spaghetti and marshmallows.
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    Invention Literacy Workshop November 2019

    Montclair State University teachers create a human circuit to power software to play a piano
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    Sterling Bank sponsors Saturday STEM Academy

    Sterling National Bank Charitable Foundation Director Lucy Amicucci presents $5000 check to sponsor students for Spring Saturday STEM Academy.
The Mercy College Center for STEM Education welcomes a new team member September 2020

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Kristen Larson as a Postdoctoral Researcher to our CSE team. She got her doctorate in Science Education at Columbia Teacher's College and will collaborate on research in science teacher leadership and community partnership. Kristen comes to us after seven years teaching 7-12th grade Life Sciences in New Jersey public schools.

STEM Event
Programs for Teachers and School Districts
Grant-Funded Initiatives

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NSF Master Teacher Fellows in STEM

New in 2018!


Wipro Science Education Fellowship Program 

Becoming teacher leaders in Science Education in their home school district.


MISTI NOYCE Scholar Program 
Training Mercy undergraduates to be math and science teachers in high-needs districts.

MeirPro: Veterans to Math Teachers    

Mercy College has been awarded a major grant of just over 1.16 million dollars from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Teacher Scholarship Program. The grant is for a project to advance mathematics education, with a particular emphasis on United States Military Veterans retraining for new careers as secondary mathematics teachers.

The funding from the National Science Foundation is earmarked for ten Veterans to complete a Master of Science degree in Mathematics Education – TUITION FREE!!

Mercy Students: Love Science, Math, Computer Science, Technology or Cybersecurity?

Join STEM Corps! We can use volunteers in various STEM outreach programs such as Saturday STEM Academy, Steam-a-thon, STEM Fairs at local schools.

Build your resume and perform community service.

Contact: Dr. Meghan Marrero at

Online STEM Resources for Teachers During the Pandemic Break

To all the inspirational STEM teachers out there - here are some online resources that the Mercy College Center for STEM Education has picked out for you to use with your students. If you need more choices, please click Virtual STEM Library on the left purple navigation menu.

NSF STEM for ALL Multiplex: Explore 800 videos addressing science, technology, engineering, math and computer science:

The Secret Life of Scientists & Engineers: an Emmy-nominated web-series that features today’s leading scientists—and shows what they’re like when the lab coats come off.

LM DESIGN SQUAD NATION: A collection of resources that help students explore the world of science and engineering.

American Museum of Natural History: Resources and exhibitions.

NSF's resources are bringing the classroom into the home. See: for access to resources, tools, and ideas that are sure to keep students learning (and busy!) while at home. 

Saturday STEM Academy
Programs for Families

Saturday STEM Academy 

Fun STEM skills classes for K-12 students, taught by distinguished STEM educators.

FLORES (Family Learning and Outreach for Research and Education in STEM) - Science Discovery Nights for Parents and Elementary students.

M3C Young Scholars Program 

Mathematical modeling summer program for academically gifted and minority high-school students.  Apply Now for Summer 2020!

To see photographs and full information on the presentations and research posters, click on the flyer below: 

K12 STEM Conference


Publications and presentations in STEM Education by grant Fellows and the MCCSE team