Welcome to NE STEM 4U


Welcome to NE STEM 4U! We are a student-run organization at the University of Nebraska at Omaha that is committed to bringing quality, after-school science, technology, engineering, and mathematics activities to disadvantaged elementary and middle school students within the Omaha Public Schools. Browse around our website, and be sure to contact us if you have any questions. If you are interested in becoming a member, please see the link on the side of this page.

 

Officers 2015-2016:

President: Alec Lerner

Vice-President: Haley Hough

Associate Vice-President: Emily Keit

Secretary/Outreach Coordinator: Danilo Sanchez

Treasurer: Alex Meckelburg

Co-Treasurer: Christopher Johnson

Small Group Leader: Carolanne Albers

Co-Small Group Leader: Anderson Duran

Liaison: Caroline Silva Pereira Lara Ribeiro

Graduate Advisers: Tyler Herek Katherine Vacha

Faculty AdvisersDr. Christine Cutucache (Biology Department), Dr. Neal Grandgenett (Education Department), & Dr. William Tapprich (Biology Department)

 

Officers Spring 2015:

President: Alec Lerner

Past-President/Outreach Coordinator: Han Chen

Vice-President: John Riley

Associate Vice-President: Bridgette Dove

Treasurer: Shelby Ehle

Secretary/Curriculum Leader: Kara Moore

Liaison/Small Group Leader: Emily Keit

Graduate Advisers: Jamie Knehans & Tyler Herek

Faculty AdvisersDr. Christine Cutucache (Biology Department), Dr. Neal Grandgenett (Education Department), & Dr. William Tapprich (Biology Department)

 

Officers Fall 2014:

President: Han Chen

Vice-President: Alec Lerner

Secretary: Shelby Ehle

Treasurer: John Riley

Graduate Advisers: Jamie Knehans & Tyler Herek

Faculty AdvisersDr. Christine Cutucache (Biology Department), Dr. Neal Grandgenett (Education Department), & Dr. William Tapprich (Biology Department)

 

Officers 2013-2014:

President: Hannah Wyble

Vice-President: Han Chen

Secretary: Brittany Conroy

Treasurer: Paul Farivari

Graduate Adviser: Josh Larson

Faculty Adviser: Dr. Christine Cutucache (Biology Department)