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The NASA SEMAA program
Summer program for elementary students
Womens Leadership Colloquium 2011 - Spring into Science: Fields of Opportunity
The Women’s Leadership Colloquium seeks to inspire leaders to become more consciously aware of their potential in taking leadership roles in educational settings.
Announcement Join the SEMAA Program (Spring 2014) and Catch the Excitement!!
NASA-sponsored SEMAA (Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Aerospace Academy) Program @ York College is offering spring session (February 8 through April 5, 2014; no classes scheduled on February 22, 2014) for K1-8 students.
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Observatory Public Open Night
The Observatory is open to the public every second or third Wednesday of the month rain or shine at 7:30pm (8:30pm during daylight saving time). Please call 718-262-2082 for more information.
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Observatory Public Open Night
The Observatory is open to the public every second or third Wednesday of the month rain or shine at 7:30pm (8:30pm during daylight saving time). Please call 718-262-2082 for more information.
Located in Observatory Events
Observatory Public Open Night
The Observatory is open to the public every second or third Wednesday of the month rain or shine at 7:30pm (8:30pm during daylight saving time). Please call 718-262-2082 for more information.
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Science, Engineering, Mathematics & Aerospace Academy
SEMAA Fall session begins.
SEMAA Closing Ceremony
The York College SEMAA site strategically operates in Queens, the most diverse county in the nation, and has served over 10,000 urban minorities for more than 10 years as not only the sole SEMAA site in New York state but in the entire Northeast region.
SEMAA
First day of SEMAA Summer Session 1
Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Aerospace Academy is running three 1-week sessions for 2nd to 9th graders.