Moelis Access Science with Netter Center for Community Partnerships

Moelis Access Science (MAS) works to improve science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education in grades K-12 in urban public schools in West Philadelphia. MAS was launched in 1999 with funding from the National Science Foundation, under the direction of Dennis DeTurck, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Mathematics. MAS staff and fellows work with STEM-related faculty from across Penn’s campus. MAS curricula focuses on supporting hands-on and inquiry-based science education in classrooms, as well as incorporating community-based, problem-solving learning.

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