Programs offered by the Museum's Center for the Advancement of Science Education are designed to extend the content of the Museum's exhibits through strategies that empower teachers, engage the community and excite students and Museum guests.
Museum officials are available to comment on science education issues and ways to improve student achievement in science. For media inquiries, please contact Julie Parente at (773) 753-6249 or julie.parente(at)msichicago.org.
- Summer Brain Games are Back at MSI!
- MSI Testifies Before Congress on Critical Role Museums Play in Science Education
- MSI Partners With Valparaiso University in Program that Aims to Improve Science Teaching
- Federal Funds Enhance MSI Programs for Teachers, Students
- CPS Students Who Attend on First Day Receive MSI Passes
- Play Summer Brain Games with MSI!
- MSI Honors Students, Teachers, Community Leaders at CASE Event
- MSI Top Field Trip Destination for Third Year in a Row
- Students Introduce Russian Youth Staff to Cutting-Edge Technology in MSI's Fab Lab
- Museum Joins "100KIN10" Movement to Tackle Need for Science and Math Teachers
- MSI Provides Passes for All CPS Students Who Attend on First Day
- Students, Teachers, Community Leaders Honored for Bringing Science to Life
- Museum Honors Northwest Indiana Teachers at Special Event
- NOAA Conference at MSI Highlights New Technology to Discuss Environmental Science
- MSI Partners with NASA, Challenger Learning Centers to Take Students to Mars
- MSI Top Field Trip Destination for School Groups in 2010
- MSI Partners with CPS on First-Day Attendance Incentive
- Teachers, Students Experiment With Cars of the Future
- Museum Honors Students, Teachers for Their Passion for Science
- Museum Announces Funding for Quality Science Teaching Programs
- About the Center for the Advancement of Science Education
- Museum Educator Travels to Antarctica
- Happening Now
Explore nine decades of The Walt Disney Company's history and artifacts.
Take a thrilling underwater journey to explore the beauty and mysteries of coral reefs.
- Coming Soon
Travel to some very wild places and explore the extremes of Earth's eco-zones.
Tim Samuelson and Lisa M. Snyder present a virtual tour of the 1893 Columbian Exposition.
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