THE FUTURE STARTS WITH

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EDUCATION AT THE FRONTIERS

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Paving a pathway of opportunity through frontier learning and research at the intersection of science, technology, and humanity

 
 
 
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About Us

Learn about the Station1 vision, our founding team, our journey, and plans for the future.

Our Exciting Venture →

 
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The Station1 Model

Read about the Station1 educational philosophy, curriculum, and pedagogy.

For Educators →

 
 
 
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The Station1 Frontiers Fellowship (SFF)

Students - find out about how to apply to be a Station1 Fellow and participate in the Station1 science and technology education, research, and internship program in Massachusetts in 2019.

For Prospective Students →

 
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Get Involved

Join the Station1 community, support our work, become a partner, explore employment opportunities, and help spread the word.

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What We Do 

 

Station1 is a nonprofit educational institution that is based on a new model of higher education — one that is built on a foundation of inclusion and equity, learning through frontier project-based inquiry and research, and the integration of science and technology with societal perspective, responsibility, and impact. Station1:

  • Creates and implements transformative education, research, and internship programs that bring together a diverse cohort of students, across race, gender, socioeconomic background, region, and life experiences, to provide opportunities that fosters academic success, meaningful careers, and lifelong learning in our changing world;

  • Carries out specialized higher education and research projects, for example, in the areas of curriculum development, educator professional advancement, postsecondary finance, community-based and inclusive innovation; and

  • Collaborates with partners across academia, industry, and the public sector to catalyze and foster access and advancement of socially-directed science and technology education and research.

 
 
The world is changing – education must also change. Societies everywhere are undergoing deep transformation, and this calls for new forms of education to foster the competencies that societies and economies need, today and tomorrow.
— "Rethinking Education," UNESCO 2015