President’s Council

The President’s Council is a distinguished group of scientists, academics, business leaders, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, foundation executives and other individuals who have interests in science, education and the cultural and intellectual life of New York and the nation.

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NYSCI Supporters 2014

NYSCI thanks its donors for their loyal support in the past year.

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Annual Report 2014

Programs highlighted in the 2014 Annual Report include the Alan J Friedman Center for the Development of Young Scientists, Design Lab, Sciplay, Virtual Visits, Ocean Inquiry, World Maker Faire, False Conviction and more. Click below to download our 2014 Annual Report and to learn more about the work we did in 2013/2014.

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Ford Foundation Spotlights Our Innovation Institute

The Ford Foundation highlights NYSCI’s Innovation Institute.

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Science and Inspiration: NYSCI’s Annual Gala Dinner

NYSCI’s annual Gala dinner, “An Evening of Science and Inspiration”, at Manhattan’s Cipriani 42 (Video).

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NYSCI 50th anniversary commemoration

Seth Dubin, Chairman Emeritus, NYSCI, introduces NYSCI’s 50th anniversary at the 2014 NYSCI Gala.

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NYSCI Honors Two Leaders of STEM

NYSCI’s 2014 Evening of Science and Inspiration honored two prominent business leaders who are committed to advancing STEM education.

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NYSCI Gala: Honoring Denise Ramos

Listed as one of Fortune Magazine’s Biz Person of the Year, NYSCI is proud to honor Denise Ramos.

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NYSCI Gala: Honoring Jeanne Sullivan

NYSCI is proud to honor Jeanne M. Sullivan with the Vision and Venture Award.

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NYSCI Gala: Honoring Shakuntala (Devi) Gopal

NYSCI is pleased to honor and bestow the 2014 Top of the Ladder Award to SciPlay Explainer Resident, Shakuntala (Devi) Gopal.

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NYSCI Gala: Honoring Alan Friedman (1942 – 2014)

Alan Friedman was in love with science, but what he loved even more was connecting people to possibilities.

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Caroline Young

Portfolio Manager, Institutional Advancement (718) 595-9190

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Sarah Baker

Portfolio Manager (718) 683-9390

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New York Hall of Science

Annual Report 2013

Programs highlighted in the 2013 Annual Report include the Design Lab Fellows program, the Science Coach Resident program, the Design, Make, Play publication, the MASTER teacher training program, and more. Click below to download our 2013 Annual Report and to learn more about the work…

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The ALAN J. FRIEDMAN Center for the Development of Young Scientists

To honor his memory and carry on his legacy, NYSCI established the Alan J. Friedman Center for the Development of Young Scientists.

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Annual Fund

2014 marks NYSCI’s 50th Anniversary. Join us for the celebration by making an Annual Fund gift today!   Donate Now   Design, Make, Play from NYSCI on Vimeo.   A gift to the Annual Fund provides essential unrestricted support for every aspect of NYSCI’s work. Making a donation to…

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Corporate Partner Membership

Over the past 50 years, NYSCI’s Corporate Partners have been key to our success by providing vital funding for NYSCI’s exhibits and educational programs. As we embark on the next half-century of excellence in science and technology education, we are grateful for the continued support…

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Corporate Sponsorship

NYSCI welcomes partnerships with corporations as we present exciting interactive programs, exhibitions and events to local and global audiences. Sponsors receive prominent exposure to audiences within the tri-state area and globally via our Internet audience. Sponsorships are a cost-effective way to support a major New…

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Foundations & Government

Funding from private foundations and government agencies is critical to the New York Hall of Science’s ability to provide meaningful educational opportunities in line with NYSCI’s mission. As a nonprofit organization, NYSCI relies on grants and contracts to support initiatives ranging from the Science Career Ladder internship program…

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Individual Giving

The generosity of individuals to NYSCI is critical to sustaining its mission and programs. Recognized as a leader in the teaching of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), NYSCI is at the forefront of changing the way teachers instruct and students learn these subjects.  As…

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