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Eastern STANYS Hosts Lab Day 2024: A Day of Hands-on Science

March 01, 2024 8:00 AM | Leigh Feguer (Administrator)


Troy, NY, March 1 - Eastern Science Teachers Association of New York State is excited to announce Lab Day 2024, an annual event dedicated to fostering science education and innovation. Scheduled for April 13, 2024, Lab Day 2024 promises to be an engaging and informative experience for educators.

Lab Day 2024 will feature a dynamic lineup of workshops, presentations, and hands-on activities aimed at promoting excellence in science education. Participants will have the opportunity to explore innovative laboratory techniques, learn from esteemed professionals in the field, and network with fellow educators to exchange ideas and best practices.

"We are thrilled to host Lab Day 2024 and provide educators with the tools and resources they need to inspire the next generation of scientists," said Katy Perry, Chair of Eastern STANYS. "Science education is more important than ever, and Lab Day is an invaluable opportunity for teachers to enhance their skills and enrich their curriculum."

Highlights of Lab Day 2024 include:

  • Interactive workshops covering a range of scientific disciplines, from biology and chemistry to physics and more.

  • Experts demonstrating innovative teaching materials, technologies, and resources to support hands-on learning in the classroom.

  • Networking opportunities for educators to connect with peers, share ideas, and collaborate on strategies for enhancing science education.

Lab Day 2024 is open to educators at all levels, as well as administrators, and anyone with an interest in science education. Attendees can register online at: and are encouraged to reserve their spot early, as space is limited.

For more information about Lab Day 2024, including registration details and a complete schedule of events, please visit:

About Eastern STANYS:

The Science Teachers Association of New York State (STANYS) promotes excellence in science education. Our mission is to work with educators and communities to provide opportunities for all students to participate in and learn science. 

The Eastern STANYS Section includes the counties of: Albany, Columbia, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Montgomery, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren, and Washington.


The Eastern Section is a regional chapter of the Science Teachers Association of New York State (STANYS).
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