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Catherine McCarthy, Science Museum of Minnesota
In collaboration with NASA, the National Informal STEM Education Network (NISE Net) is pleased to offer eligible institutions the opportunity to apply for a free Sun, Earth, Universe exhibition. The Sun, Earth, Universe exhibition is an engaging and interactive museum...

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June 12, 2018
June 12, 2018
The NISE Network runs a series of free online workshops to increase the number of professional development opportunities available to our partners, and create more channels for partners to share their work and learn from each other directly. Be Prepared: Safety Tips and Reminders for Museums Running Public Events, Including National Chemistry Week and Earth and Space Events Tuesday, June 12, 2018 11am - 12pm Pacific / 2 - 3pm Eastern Sign up for the online workshop Join NISE Network partners to learn more about helpful safety information museum professionals can use in the preparation and impl...
Kayla Berry
NETWORK NEWS Don't miss this opportunity to receive a free Sun, Earth, Universe exhibition In collaboration with NASA, the NISE Network is pleased to offer institutions the opportunity to apply for a free Sun, Earth, Universe exhibition, which is an...
Trish Palao, Montshire Museum of Science
This year, in participation with the science education initiative Frankenstein200, the Montshire Museum of Science’s annual conversation series, Montshire Talks, focused on the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus. Through her seminal work, Shelley sparked the imaginations of generations who ponder the necessary balance between progress and ethics.
Peter Nagy and Rae Ostman, Arizona State University
Led by Arizona State University in collaboration with the NISE Network, the Frankenstein200 project celebrates the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein in 2018. Between January and March, the Frankenstein200 research team visited events at museums...
Kayla Berry and Katie Todd, Museum of Science
Four Building with Biology project partners recently hosted the “Editing Our Evolution” forum within their local community helping to extensively test program materials and gather visitor feedback on the forum and their experiences. Pilot site locations varied by institutional size, geographic location, and audience demographic and included: Michigan Science Center, New York Hall of Science, North Carolina Museum of Life and Science, and the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.

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May 22, 2018
May 22, 2018
The NISE Network runs a series of free online workshops to increase the number of professional development opportunities available to our partners, and create more channels for partners to share their work and learn from each other directly. Museum Community Partnerships - Afterschool Programs: Advocating, Collaborating and Bringing Earth and Space Content to Out-of-school Time Tuesday, May 22, 2018 11am - 12pm Pacific / 2 - 3pm Eastern Sign up for the online workshop Afterschool programs provide unique opportunities to engage children of all ages in an out-of-the-classroom environment. No mat...

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May 01, 2018
The NISE Network runs a series of free online workshops to increase the number of professional development opportunities available to our partners, and create more channels for partners to share their work and learn from each other directly. Changing the Conversation About Climate Tuesday, May 1, 2018 11am - 12pm Pacific / 2 - 3pm Eastern Sign up for the online workshop Join us to learn how your organization can be part of a larger movement to change public discourse about climate change to be positive, productive, and solutions-focused! Meet members of the National Network for Ocean and Clima...
Suzi Taylor, MSU Academic Technology and Outreach
What started as a six-station gathering in the lobby of a Montana State University academic building has grown into a university-wide event that fills the student union ballrooms and reaches more than 500 members of the community. Montana’s first NanoDays...
NanoDays is an annual, nationwide festival of educational programs about nanoscale science and engineering and their impact on society. NanoDays events are organized by participants in the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network and take place at science museums, research centers,...