STEM Nexus: Connecting Massachusetts' STEM Community

2015

@Scale Grant Program

The STEM Advisory Council created the @Scale program in 2010 in order to focus┬ápublic and private resources on a set of high quality STEM pipeline projects that are aligned with the goals outlined in the Commonwealth’s STEM Plan. In 2015, the Massachusetts STEM Advisory Council continued to endorse eleven projects for continued @Scale funding.

Project Lead Partner Award Numbers Served
Advanced Placement
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Mass Insight $50,000 9,227 Students
804 Teachers
Advanced Robotics Initiative
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Quinsigamond Community College $50,000 Information on communities served coming soon
Big Data
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BATEC $89,280 20,541 Students
298 Faculty
BioTeach
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MassBioEd Foundation $50,000 10,000 Students
100 Teachers
Future City
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Metro North Regional Employment Board $75,000 248 Students
55 Teachers
Gateway Project
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Museum of Science $50,000 50,195 Students
103 Teachers
Increasing Accessibility to Algebra & Geometry for All Students (IAAG)
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UMass Medical School's Regional Science Resource Center $33,549 2,200 Students
22 Teachers
Science from Scientists: during School In-Class STEM Enrichment Program
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Science from Scientists $50,000 6,200 Students
137 Teachers
STEM Pathways
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MCLA $75,000 Information on communities served coming soon
Strengthening Pre-K Mathematics Teach and Learning
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Boston Public Schools $58,695 225 Students
30 Teachers
Western Regional Partnership for Advanced Manufacturing
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McCann Vo-Tech $62,000 Information on communities served coming soon

 

This website is supported by the STEM Pipeline Fund, a state trust account administered by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education to support STEM initiatives.