Berkshire STEM Pipeline Network
STEM stands for SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, & MATH
The STEM Pipeline Network is part of a state-wide program designed to build connections among higher education, PreK-12, businesses, and non-profit agencies for the improvement of science, technology, engineering, and math education for both students and teachers.
Massachusetts State Science Fairs have occurred and the winners for the High School Fair can be found here
Nine projects from western Mass were recognized: 1 from Berkshire County and 8 from the Pioneer Valley...awesome job!
The Middle School projects can be found here.
Fourteen projects from western Mass were recognized: 2 from Berkshire County and 12 from the Pioneer Valley...way to go!
The Network was created to:
- Increase the number of Berkshire students who participate in programs that support STEM careers
- Increase the number of qualified STEM educators
- Improve the STEM educational offerings in public and private schools
- Align with the Berkshire Compact for higher education
If you have a STEM-related activity and want to participate in the
Berkshire STEM Pipeline Network, please contact Dr Christopher Himes at
MCLA, 413.662.5222 or by email.
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