Savvas Virtual STEM Fair
Celebrate Chemistry: We Are All Connected

October 19-20, 2021

Join us for our next Virtual STEM Fair—Celebrate Chemistry: We Are All Connected! Students and Teachers in Grades 3-12 are invited to participate in a tremendous lineup of presentations to discover how important chemistry is in everyday life. Listen to engaging guest career speakers and enjoy a little bit of "doing science," too.

HOW IT WORKS: Teachers register, then project the presentation or share the link with students. You will have access to all of the sessions for the entire day!


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Featured Speakers and Sessions

October 19

Michael Comer

10:00-10:45am EST STEM Activity
Let’s Go with the Flow
Speaker: Michael Comer


Dr. Ashanti Johnson

11:15-11:45am EST Career Connection
Preparing for a Successful STEM College Experience
Speaker: Dr. Ashanti Johnson


Monica Wadler

1:00-1:30pm EST STEM Lesson:
Let's Get Chemical! Chemical!
Speaker: Monica Wadler


October 20

Christopher Moore, Ph.D.

9:00-9:30am EST Career Connection
Busting Myths about Teaching High School Science
Speaker: Christopher Moore, Ph.D.


Michael Wysession

10:00-10:45am EST STEM Lesson
The Latest Projections for Climate Change from the Recent IPCC AR6 Report
Speaker: Michael Wysession


Dr. Glen Jackson

11:15am-12:00pm EST Career Connection
A Career in Forensic Science: Demystifying Myths
Speaker: Dr. Glen Jackson


International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Science

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Friday, December 3, 2021
Hear the discoveries, see the innovation! Learn about some special scientists who have done some phenomenal work as we recognize International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Science.

Pre-Launch Registration starts soon!



Make It Local. Take It Global.

Visit our website for free STEM support resources to use before, during, or after the on-demand Virtual STEM Fair experience. Design a bridge, build an earthquake safe structure, or create a water purification system. The resources on our Experience STEM site provide an opportunity to look at local issues and take it further to global solutions.

STEM Support Resources


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On-Demand STEM Fair Sessions 

April 22, 2021 03:00 PM EST - April 22, 2021 04:00 PM EST

Climate Change: How Can You Tell It Happened? How Can You Tell It’s Happening?

In this presentation, students will learn about the different types of evidence that we use to measure Earth’s climate change. For past climate change, we have to act like a detective and use whatever kinds of clues Earth leaves for us. These kinds of evidence include ice cores, lake deposits, tree rings, and the fossil shells of long-dead organisms. These clues show us that our climate has changed greatly in the past. Not long ago, Chicago was under a mile of ice from a giant glacier! However, we now have a much easier time measuring climate change — with NASA! Not only does NASA send rovers to Mars and astronauts to the moon, but NASA also operates a wide array of satellites that monitor Earth’s temperature, glacier sizes, atmosphere content, forest fire and drought locations, and sea level. These new kids of evidence show that Earth’s climate is once again changing rapidly.

Speaker: Dr. Michael Wysession

Michael Wysession has been a Geophysics Professor at Washington University in St. Louis for 30 years, doing research and teaching about earthquakes. Michael is also an international leader in geoscience literacy and education, and was one of the lead authors of the U.S. Next Generation Science Standards.


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Career Connection sessions are facilitated by leaders from the following organizations.

Sea Turtle Inc.
Inspector Planet
Listen Up
Legends of Learning
Twin Pops
Janie Bynum
Janet's Planet

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