• Pinkerton Science Scholars

    We are excited to share that with the Pinkerton Foundation's generous support all of our student participants - current and alumni - are officially Pinkerton Science Scholars. We are consistently inspired by our community of scholars! 


    For more information on the Pinkerton Foundation's support, please see this press release: http://www.thepinkertonfoundation.org/news/pinkerton-expands-science-mentoring-for-high-school-scholars

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  • Welcome to the new Consortium site!

    Check out the website's new look. You'll find we have changed not only our look but also our content with updated information about our programs, press, social media and most importantly how to get involved. Enjoy exploring our new and improved website!

    NYC Science Research Mentoring Consortium
  • Congrats Class of 2016!

    Congrats to all our scholars who are graduating high school this year! As Director of Youth Learning and Research at AMNH, Dr. Preeti Gupta, stated at this year's Student Research Colloquium: "You are all not ordinary students. You have each made significant contributions to the field of science." We know that you each will continue to lead the future of STEM! 

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Press About Urban Barcode Research Program

Microbes and Humans: The Science of Living Together  By: Epidemiologist Mark Woolhouse, Microbiology Educator Christine Marizzi (of UBRP) and Gut Flora Researcher Jeroen Raes


Dr. Marizzi collaborated with the New Museum and Citizen Scientists from Genspace to create, "The NYC Biome MAP" (image above), BioArt that won second prize at the first American Society for Microbiology Agar Art contest in 2015.

This was featured in BBC World Services UK's The Forum podcast in June 2016.

Press about Rockaway Waterfront Alliance's Environmentor Program

Arverne Gets New Community Center  By: Clodagh McGowan

An old firehouse turned community center in Arverne is getting ready to open its doors to the public.

NY1's Clodagh McGowan filed the report on April 22, 2016.

Press about Center for Excellence in Youth Education Program

Exposing Young Minds to Science and Medicine


"To mark its fortieth anniversary this year, CEYE launched The Lloyd Sherman Scholars Science Research Preparation and Enrichment Program to develop biomedical lab-based skills among African American and Latino male high school students."

Mount Sinai's Inside pulished this report that can be found on page  5 in September 2015:  Mount Sinai Inside Sept 2015.pdf 


City High School Students Team With Columbia University Researchers to Improve Environment Along Hudson River  

NY1 VIDEO, Aug. 11, 2015: Some city high school students are attending a different kind of summer school. They're teaming with Columbia University researchers to improve the environment along the Hudson River. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report. 

Press about Columbia University's and Harlem BioSpace's HYPOTHEkids

High-schoolers get taste of STEM-related careers during summer 'HYPOTHEkids' program By: Jan Ransom


"The next generation of scientists, engineers and technology entrepreneurs has more than a few bright ideas."

New York Daily News Article Published: August 26, 2014.

Press about the American Museum of Natural History's Science Research Mentoring Program

Teen Scientists: Youth Doing Rigorous, Authentic Research at Museums  By: Preeti Gupta and Oscar Pineda


Dimensions May-Jun 2014, Associations of Science - Technology Centers (ASTC) Publication.