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Contact

Contact the Director:

Nadine McHenry, Ed.D.
216 Kirkbride Hall, Widener University
One University Place
Chester, PA  19013

610-499-4259
ncmchenry@widener.edu

      

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    Welcome to the Science Teaching Center!

    The Science Teaching Center (STC) was instituted in 1992 in efforts to provide comprehensive outreach programs for public and private schools in the Greater Delaware Valley region. Originally located in a small building on 15th street in Chester Pennsylvania, the STC has recently moved to a new wing of Widener's Kirkbride Science Building. Its new location and upgraded facilities has led to renewed and reinvigorated interest in PK-16 science education. Please join us as we continue to improve science education and focus on active engagement and inquiry as guiding principles to help others understand the way the world works!

        
       

      Partnerships

      Healthy Me Healthy Me is a community collaboration designed to provide children in the Chester Upland School District with an innovative learning opportunity to engage in reading and math activities using the context of personal and public health, while fostering relationships with mentors from Widener University and Main Line Health System.
      EarthForce Earth Force is a non-profit organization that partners with businesses, schools, and community-based organizations nationwide to engage young people as active citizens who improve the environment and their communities. Through Earth Force, young people get hands-on, real-world opportunities to practice civic skills, acquire and understand environmental knowledge, and develop the skills and motivation to become life-long leaders in addressing environmental issues.
       

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