Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.

Background

Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, and families– by offering creative, participatory ways to learn and encouraging people to explore their curiosity and nurture their creativity. Located in Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, NYSCI welcomes 500,000 visitors each year and serves thousands more through outreach in schools, teacher professional development and participation in a variety of public events and research initiatives.

NYSCI is a leader in the science museum field, recognized for its highly regarded exhibitions, programs, and products, all of which are informed by strategies of engagement called Design-Make-Play. The defining characteristics of Design-Make-Play — open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement, and delight — are the ingredients that inspire passionate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learners. NYSCI engages diverse communities of learners, particularly young people, in STEM, by fostering the excitement of self-directed exploration and by tapping into the joy of learning intrinsic in young people’s play. Our transformative model for STEM exploration invites broad participation and makes engagement and learning irresistible.

NYSCI has approximately 120 full-time and over 180 part-time staff members.

About the Position

Join us for Careers in Naval Science and Technology, an evening featuring a moderated panel and informal networking session with industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys. Founded in 1946, the Office of Naval Research has been a pioneer in the public support of science and technology research that benefits both the naval services and the nation. See examples of the incredible work of the U.S. Navy, including the Flimmer, a robot that has successfully been launched from a plane at 1,000 feet, splashed down on the water’s surface, then dove underwater reaching speeds of 11 miles per hour.

Advance registration requiredFree for high school and college students.

 

Panelists include:

Captain Beth Anne Creighton currently serves in the Naval Reserve ONR Global Unit and graduated from Pennsylvania State University with Military Honors. She earned an active duty commission from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit in 1991. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics – systems analysis, and an executive MBA in defense finance and acquisition.

Dr. Michael Simpson is director of education and workforce in the Office of Naval Research. Dr. Simpson has a doctoral degree in environmental sciences and engineering from UCLA, a master of science degree in energy and resources from UC Berkeley, a master of science in biological sciences from USF, and Artis Baccalaureate in biological sciences from UC Berkeley.