The leaders of CADSTI-NE are:
Dr. Dinah Sah (President)
Dr. Anthony Rossomando (Treasurer)
Dr. Richard Fauconier (Secretary)
Dr. Paul McLean (Vice President)
Dr. Karen-Leigh Edwards
Dr. Lori Fitz
Mr. Josh Sheldon
Prof. Cardinal Warde
Bios of most of the members of the leadership team can be found here. The leadership team meets via Webex almost every Sunday at 9:00 am to plan the activities of the organization.
Becoming a Member
CADSTI-NE has a vibrant membership. For residents of the six New England states, we invite you to join CADSTI-NE. Membership forms and more information can be found at the CADSTI-NE Website. If you are interested in making a contribution of any kind, please contact its President, Dr. Dinah Sah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CADSTI-NE October 2017 Newsletter Published
It’s a great pleasure to share with you the highlights of the 2017 CADSTI-NE summer internship program which was a tremendous success. We served the highest number of SPISE graduates yet – 15 student interns working at 7 companies in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Florida, Barbados, Trinidad and Calgary, as well as conducting research in California! The CADSTI-NE organizing committee worked tirelessly throughout the year, meeting nearly every Sunday morning to raise funds for, plan, coordinate and implement this program. We could not have done any of this without your support. Thank you for sharing in our vision to provide these amazing opportunities in science and engineering for our very gifted Caribbean students!
You can view the full newsletter by clicking the link below:
CADSTI-NE November 2017 Newsletter
2016 CADSTI-New England Luncheon and Fundraiser
The 2016 CADSTI-New England lunch and fundraiser was held at St. Bartholomew’s Church, Cambridge Massachusetts on November 6, 2016. About 38 members were in attendance. In addition to the delicious Caribbean Cuisine, a raffle of 5 items was held. Below is a photo of a section of the audience.
CADSTI-NE October 2016 Newsletter
CADSTI-New England’s October Newsletter features five SPISE Caribbean students for whom that organization arranged summer science and engineering internships over the past summer. SPISE (Student Program for Innovation in Science and Engineering) is an intensive 4 week residential program for high school students in the STEM disciplines. SPISE is offered each summer in Barbados by the Caribbean Science Foundation. More information about SPISE can be found here. The five students are past graduates of SPISE and some are now enrolled in universities in the US and the Caribbean. The companies that hosted the interns are also highlighted in the Newsletter. CADSTI-NE is seeking additional companies that are willing to host Caribbean interns. The link below provides the full text of the Newsletter:
CADSTI-NE 2014 in Review
CADSTI-NE made great strides in 2014, including: (a) successfully launching and implementing the SPISE Internship Program, and (b) successfully achieving 501(c)3 corporation status. Read the details here