As the region’s largest independent academic medical center, Einstein Healthcare Network is dedicated to educating and training the next generation of healthcare professionals.
That’s why we’ve teamed up with CBS 3 and The Franklin Institute to help lead the way in support of STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math – education locally.
Through our partnership, weekly reports will be broadcast on CBS Eyewitness News from the Einstein Healthcare Science Center – a special studio set designed to make science come alive – where anchors, meteorologists and reporters will demonstrate STEM principles with experts on set. The Franklin Institute will also display an Einstein Current Science Cart on the museum floor, allowing science experts to bring STEM concepts to life through hands-on learning.
Tune in to the Einstein Healthcare Science Center segments on CBS Eyewitness News every Thursday evening during the 5 pm broadcast.
And stay tuned for more great STEM related content and fun coming soon from Einstein Healthcare Network.
For MossRehab's Alberto Esquenazi, STEM Is a Part of Everyday Living. Alberto Esquenazi, MD, chairman of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at MossRehab, always knew he wanted to go into medicine. August 15, 2016.
Thanks to Science, Math and Inspiring Role Models, Einstein Chair of Medicine Achieved the "Impossible".When Jean Ford was 17, he remembers someone asking what he planned to choose for his college major. June 2, 2016
How An Early Start in STEM Influenced the Career of an Einstein Emergency Physician. For Robert Czincila, DO, there was virtually no chance that he would not grow up to enter the medical profession and, in a broader sense, science, technology, engineering and mathematics—STEM, for short. Mar 16, 2016