NISE Network Transitioning to New Regional Hub Structure
Dear NISE Network partners,
As the NISE Network makes a formal transition to the National Informal STEM Education (NISE) Network, we wanted to let you know that our regional hub structure will be changing slightly with some regions being combined with others.
With the addition of new projects such as the Space and Earth Informal STEM Education (SEISE) project, the Network's regional hub structure will consist of four regions: Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, and West (as compared to the previous seven regional hub structure). For partners previously included in the Mid-Atlantic, South, and West regions, this now means you will have a new regional hub contact for Network correspondence.
However, to make things slightly more complicated in the short-term, if you're involved in the Building with Biology project then you will maintain the seven regional hub structure for Building with Biology project-related questions through the duration of that project (ending February 2017).
The Network regional hubs will maintain correspondence for all new projects through a four regional hub structure
Northeast: NY, VT, NH, ME, RI, CT, and MA
Mid-Atlantic (previous hub region to be combined with Northeast): PA, NJ, MD, DC, DE, OH, and WV
Regional hub contact: Ali Jackson, Sciencenter, Ithaca, NY
(e) email@example.com, (p) 607-272-0600 x144
Southeast: VA, NC, SC, KY, TN, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL, and Puerto Rico
South (previous region to be combined with Southeast): TX, AR, and OK
MIDWEST: ND, SD, NE, KS, MN, IA, MO, WI, IL, MI, and IN
Southwest: CA, NV, AZ, and HI
West (previous region to be combined with Southwest): AK, WA, OR, ID, MT, WY, CO, UT, and NM
The NISE Network has reached over 30 million people through programming, events, and exhibitions. We did this together! By building a network and sustaining national collaborations and local partnerships, we laid the foundation for the years ahead. We hope that you will continue to participate in the Network and the many exciting upcoming opportunities.
- Read more about the transition to the National Informal STEM Education Network at http://www.nisenet.org/about
- Here is a summary of upcoming opportunities for new and existing NISE Network partners: http://nisenet.org/blog/post/summary-flyer-describing-new-opportunities-network-partners
- Add to your calendar! Future NanoDays events will be held: March 25-April 2, 2017; March 31-April 8, 2018; March 30-April 7, 2019; and March 28-April 5, 2020. But you don’t need to wait for NanoDays — you can use these materials all year round! http://nisenet.org/nanodays