Mother’s Day 2016 in: 242 DAY 08 HR 02 MIN 32 SEC
WEEK OF JUL 16 Milestones
Ameeta Mukherjee
1 Develop courses for teachers who are not exposed to elementary science 2 Develop courses for elementary (K-5) students 3 Develop online tools for teachers to track students trends 4 Develop a forum for teachers to discuss science project
Science Matters

Reflections on my Mother May I Experience

By Ameeta Mukherjee

Being a part of Mother May I has been a wonderful journey. From the start, the Adjacent To One team has taken a genuine interest in me, as a busy mom, as an entrepreneur, and as a woman in search of helping my community with a solution to education. ... Read More
Getting to Those Ah Ha Moments
8/26/2014 at 11:30 AM
After Science Matters camps are over, I'm back to my original gig of taking care of my own two, high-energy kids. Juggling my schedule with my kids' schedule had run me ragged, and for that reason, I was ready to throw in the towel on my cause.... Read More
Science Matters Campers Explore All Things Combustion    |   8/18/2014 at 3:12 PM
What causes eruptions? How does a rocket ship blast off? These are things my STEM campers explored this summer.... Read More
Report from Science Matters Camp: Kids Make Cool Banana Piano and More    |   7/16/2014 at 3:29 PM
Last week my Science Matters Summer Camp students and I had fun exploring Electricity and Magnetism. ... Read More

Meet the Moms

& Their Projects
Kathleen Chromicz

Villages Innovate Kathleen is a teacher committed to Service Learning concerning global issues. She is a mother to two grown men who she regularly video conferences with just so they can keep up with her.

Adjacent To One

Digital Commuter Strategy Our big idea is to use digital technology to improve and streamline the end-to-end experience of New York City's public transportation system. We're on the hunt for a mom who is as passionate as we are about innovation in public transportation. 

Past Moms

Science Matters, Ameeta Mukherjee

Ameeta is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, and worked as an engineer and scientist in Silicon Valley for over 15 years. She lives in California with her husband and two young boys.