A b o u t U s

Our Mission


Our mission is to educate and share science with the community through events, workshops, and daily science tips.
We are a non-profit that exists for a public cause and approved by the Nebraska Secretary of State #21112999135.












Our Vision

Why Everyday Science & Science Support?

We embrace Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) that connect Physical Science, Life Science, Earth and Space Science, and Engineering Design. We envision the use of collaboration, inquiry, problem-solving, and flexibility for our community. Science is a part of everyone’s educational and professional lives, every day.

Everyday Science and Science Support has chosen the workshop, community event, quarterly newsletter, and summer program approaches in order to bring science to the community in a manner that supports our community’s needs. These needs include flexibility; we offer after school and weekend hours of service. We provide free and low-cost materials, strategies and resources for engaging our community in science.

Everyday Science and Science Support was founded by Dr. Diane Rivers on the principles of inquiry and passion.

As a veteran educator, Dr. Rivers believes in everyone’s ability to learn and have access to science. Her philosophy embraces community engagement, workshops, and daily science tips.

The scientific process is the cornerstone for learning about physics, math, engineering, and all sciences. Dr. Rivers firmly believes that everyone can learn science, every day.

Our Founder

Dr. Diane Rivers, “Doc,” or “Dr. Diane” is a dedicated professional educator whose career spans over four decades. She has served our community as a daycare director, public and private school teacher, adjunct professor, Math and Science Resource teacher, middle-school science teacher, and Assistant Principal. In 2004, she was a Fulbright Memorial Teacher Study Abroad Participant and studied the educational systems in Tokyo, Japan. As an author, she has written and published fiction and non-fiction books, curriculum guides, and grants. Her most recent book is a science teaching guide. Dr. Diane is an avid gardener, crafter, and loves visiting museums and the Atlantic Ocean.