Community for STEM EngagementLearn 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.
Get involved in the NISE Network
The Network is active in communities across the entire country. Anyone that takes part in our activities and uses our free resources is part of the NISE Network!
Our high-quality, open-source materials are designed for use in informal settings such as museumsEducational Resources
We offer online workshops, videos, guides, and many more tools to support professionals in their STEM engagement workProfessional Learning
Register for upcoming free online workshops at Tuesdays 2pm Eastern
• March 14, 2023 - Changing Brains - New Tools for Brain Awareness Week & Beyond
• April 4, 2023 - Making Waves with Radio - New Ways to Engage Audiences with the Basics of Modern Communication & Navigation
Big STEM Celebrations
• Brain Awareness Week (March)
• Earth Day (April)
• Solar Eclipse (2023 & 2024)
• Webb Telescope Images
• National Chemistry Week (October)
• Halloween Spooky Science (October)
and much more!
NISE Network partner organizations engage
over 15 million members of the public in high quality STEM educational programming each year.
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.
Tulsa Children’s Museum Discovery Lab