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Community for STEM Engagement

Learn About the NISE Network

The National Informal STEM Education Network brings people together to engage in STEM, understand our world, and build a better future for everyone.

Learn About the NISE Network

Upcoming Events

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Register for upcoming free online workshops at Tuesdays 2pm Eastern

See upcoming events
• June 15, 2022 - Reconnect and Re-engage with the NISE Network 2022 – an Overview of Projects and Time to Reconnect
• July 19, 2022 - Tools for Engaging Communities and Incorporating Diversity, Equity, Access, and Inclusion Practices

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Association of Children's Museums Interactivity Conference May 16-18, 2022

Learn more about NISE Network events at the conference
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Big STEM Celebrations

Resources for
• Webb Telescope First Images (July 2022)
• Solar Eclipse (2023 & 2024)
and more!

News and Highlights

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Professional Learning Community

EARTH & SPACE Project-Based Professional Learning Community 100 selected locations announced
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Lunar Eclipse, May 15-16, 2022

Resources for Lunar Eclipses
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Celebrate the NASA Webb Space Telescope first images

Learn more about Webb Space Telescope Public Engagement Resources

NISE Network partner organizations engage

over 15 million members of the public in high quality STEM educational programming each year.

Learn More about the 2020 Year in Review

Newsletter

Learn about upcoming opportunities, events, ways to grow professionally, and inspiring stories from network partners.

The NISE Network fosters collaboration and draws on the collective strengths of our partners.

NISE Network partners work together to activate and broaden lifelong STEM engagement that helps learners achieve their goals. We built the Network by doing work together, and that’s also how we achieve our impact. Hundreds of organizations and thousands of professionals and volunteers around the country collaborate to create and use our resources and practices--reaching millions of people each year.

Learn more about who we are and what we do
The most important thing about the NISE Network is the capacity to partner with other institutions. Actually doing work together creates a deeper level of partnership and exchange. It’s what Network has really contributed to the field.

RAY VANDIVER

Tulsa Children’s Museum Discovery Lab

Strengthen Your Partnerships
Museum & Community Partnerships: Collaboration Guide
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