Each year, first grade students from Riverdale Country School visit Wave Hill monthly. They learn how to be field scientists, making observations about the changing seasons. Photo credit: Riverdale Country School
Students make observations during a Con Edison STEM Days Out session. These sessions provide middle school classes with fully-funded field trips to learn about and track urban wildlife.
High school students spend a chilly March day playing a game to simulate evolutionary competition during one session of a three-session program, sponsored by a partnership with The Bronx Institute.
Students measure tree growth during one of our week-long DOE-sponsored camp programs, run through their STEM Matters initiative.
Students make observations of camera trap locations as part of a semester-long partnership that allowed high school students to conduct research, analyze data and communicate their results.