Network Science In Education (NetSciEd) is a multi-faceted initiative whose goal is to engage citizens of all ages in learning about and using network science. The NetSciEd community includes researchers, educators, students, computer programmers, writers, musicians and artists, and is open to anyone with an interest in exploring network science. The ongoing work of NetSciEd takes many forms, and includes student-based education projects, curriculum development, e-badges, international collaborations, education symposia, conferences and professional development workshops, mobile kits, e-books, festivals, and the development of Network Literacy: Essential Concepts.

Network Literacy document published

NYSCI, along with partners at Binghamton University, The Network Science Center at West Point, and University of Oxford, is proud to announce the publication of a groundbreaking document: Network Literacy: Essential Concepts and Core Ideas.

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NetSci High paper now published for CompleNet

A paper describing the success of the project NetSci High is now published.

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SUBMERGE! Poster Competition Winners on Display at NYSCI

SUBMERGE! is a public science event that inspires respect for and curiosity about our water environment by bringing the latest marine and ocean science research to New York City residents through hands-on engagement, and is brought to you by NYSCI and the Hudson River Park…

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NetSci High Makes Connections at NYSCI

On September 24, 2014, NetSci High students from Newburgh Free Academy, Chelsea CTE High School and Elmont Memorial High School paid a visit to NYSCI to participate in a day-long network science experience, learning some of the many applications of network science. They began the day working through a…

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NetSci High Begins Fifth Year

High school students participating in the fifth year of the NSF-funded program Network Science for the Next Generation, also known as NetSci High, recently returned from an intensive 10-day workshop at Boston University. The goal of NetSci High is to immerse high school students and…

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