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Equip students with scientific skills

We work directly with students and their teachers to enhance STEM learning,
build critical skills and mindsets and prepare future leaders for STEM careers.

Our partners and programs include:

Science News in High Schools

Regeneron supports Society for Science & the Public in providing Science News magazine subscriptions, online access, and educational teaching resources to 3,000 high schools across the country.

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High School Research Teachers Conference

Each fall, Regeneron and the Society for Science & the Public bring 200 research teachers, of all experience levels, on an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. to share best practices and troubleshoot challenges they face in supporting students in independent science research.

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STEM Teaching Fellowship

Regeneron has partnered with the STEM Leadership Center to offer a competitive 16-month fellowship opportunity for local science educators in New York State. Operating since 2013, the fellowships offer STEM teaching preparation and professional development, including graduate coursework and a two-week lab mentorship at Regeneron. At the end of the fellowship, participants earn a STEM Leadership Certificate from Teachers College, Columbia University and NASA Endeavor as well as a Certificate of Completion from Regeneron.

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Advancing Science Research Teaching

The Advancing Science Research Teaching (ASRT) program is a STEM education and outreach initiative of the Westchester Science & Engineering Fair (WESEF). The program equips high school teachers with a week of intensive, customized consulting sessions with a veteran science research teacher, who provides insights and skills to grow, strengthen or start their Science Research/STEM program. The program is helping teachers to provide their students with an in-depth, challenging science research experience.

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Read more about the work we do to support the next generation of scientists.

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