NYSCI Supporters

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

Individual
Supporters

The generosity of our individual supporters ensures that NYSCI can continue to develop and deliver innovative programming and exhibits that entertain and inform visitors of all ages. NYSCI gratefully acknowledges the generous contributions of our individual contributors. We are privileged to acknowledge the following individuals who provided support between July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016.

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Corporate
Supporters

In addition to supporting our educational programs and exhibits, our corporate supporters provide access to special field trips, community programming, and so much more. NYSCI gratefully acknowledges the generous contributions of our corporate supporters. NYSCI is honored to acknowledge the following corporations that provided support between July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016.

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Foundation
Supporters

Support from foundations that we are privileged to partner with is paramount to all our educational programs. NYSCI gratefully acknowledges the generous contributions of our foundation partners. It is with deep gratitude that we acknowledge the following foundations that provided support between July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016.

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Public Funders
Supporters

Our federal, state and local funders provide richness to everything we do by providing critical support for delivering programs and conducting research on STEM learning. NYSCI gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our city, state, and federal contributors. We extend a very special debt of gratitude to our public funders, who provided support to NYSCI between July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016.

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Featured events & articles

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NYSCI has received a federal grant from the Education Innovation and Research Program of the U.S. Department of Education to expand the use of The Pack as a program to increase middle school student engagement in computational thinking across New York City public schools.
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NYSCI has received a federal grant of $2.8 million from the Education Innovation and Research Program (EIR) of the U.S. Department of Education to expand the use of Playground Physics.
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NYSCI President and CEO Margaret Honey, and NYSCI Trustee Jaclyn Mucaria, has been named to the prestigious Queens Power 100 list.

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