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A Summit on Women in Science

What do a NASCAR driver, award-winning author, and cosmetic lab manager all have in common? They are just a few of the women and leaders who joined female scientists, professors, and journalists at the recent In Pursuit: An Atlantic Summit on Women in Science event in Washington, D.C. Underwritten by L’Oreal USA and presented by The... Read More

Upcoming Webcast Discussion—ISCSMD 2017: What We Did

  Thursday, December 14, 10:00–11:00 a.m. ET (3:00–4:00 p.m. UTC/GMT; find your local time)   Click here to join the discussion at the start time.   The breadth and depth of events produced by institutions around the world for International Science Center and Science Museum Day (ISCSMD) on November 10 was stunning. From STEM programs for Syrian... Read More

Policy Alert: Sign ASTC Letter Requesting Changes in U.S. Federal STEM Education Priorities

Please help ASTC demonstrate the largest possible level of support for these modifications to the U.S. Secretary of Education’s Proposed Supplemental Priorities and Definitions for Discretionary Grant Programs. Add your institution’s name to the letter below by Thursday, November 9, so that ASTC and its Public Policy Committee can deliver it to the U.S. Department... Read More

Your Biggest Takeaway from ASTC 2017

With all the carefully designed professional development and networking opportunities available at the 2017 ASTC Annual Conference, participants can choose their own unique paths of engagement. Here’s what some are getting out of their time in San Jose: If you wonder how conference participants describe the ASTC Conference experience incredibly briefly: Read More

Live Demo Hour 2017

The Live Demo Hour again wowed a pack crowd in the Exhibit Hall, with demonstrations from a variety of ASTC members. If you missed it—or just want to relive it all over again—we captured abbreviated (very) and full versions for you. Thanks again to Eddie Goldstein, who has hosted this event at ASTC Annual Conferences... Read More