Exhibit Hall

Inspiring Our Next Generation of STEM Learners, Museum of Science, Boston

Presented by: Museum of Science, Boston


As one of the largest science centers in the world, the Museum of Science, Boston dedicates itself to expanding access to STEM learning through inspiring learners of all ages.

This exhibit is an opportunity to engage with educators, school administrators, community leaders and others in highlighting how the Museum inspires the next generation of STEM leaders through our award-winning STEM curricula, world-class exhibits, and hands-on programming that engages learners of all ages.  The Museum will present its hands-on engineering design challenge activities brought to classrooms across the state and activated on the floor of the Museum every day.

Summit participants will be able to learn about our award-winning STEM curriculum, EiE, and the new additions to the curriculum such as our brand new computer science lessons. Featured in the booth will also be opportunities to learn about the Museum’s traveling programs where the team of professional educators travel throughout New England to bring STEM learning and the Museum’s unique educational experiences to schools and community organizations.

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Hosted & sponsored by

Governor’s STEM Advisory Council Massachusetts Business Roundtable UMass Donahue Institute WGBH