Savvas Virtual STEM Fair
If I Can, You Can!

Recognizing International Day of Persons with Disabilities
December 3, 2021

Join us in recognizing International Day of Persons with Disabilities with our next Virtual STEM Fair: If I Can, You Can! Students and Teachers in Grades 3-8 are invited to discover how some unique professionals have been able to overcome their adversities and make tremendous contributions to the world of STEM.

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

Michael Comer

Michael Comer

9:00-9:45AM EST
Thinking Outside the Box

Jacquelyn Graham

Jacquelyn Graham

11:15-11:45AM EST
Life as a Cyborg in a Padded Room


Dana Bolles

Dana Bolles

12:30-1:00PM EST
The Art of Navigating Life

Gabi Serrato

Gabi Serrato Marks

1:30-2:00PM EST
Finding Disability Pride at the Bottom of a Cave

Celebrate Black History Month

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Celebrate Black History Month

Thursday February 3, 2021
“Never be limited by other people’s limited imaginations.” - Dr. Mae Jemison

Witness how imagination can turn into innovation! Engage your students in Grades 3-8 to Celebrate Black History Month. Inspire students to consider a future STEM career and make history themselves.

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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

Make It Local. Take It Global.

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On-Demand STEM Fair Sessions 

October 20, 2021 11:15 AM EST - October 20, 2021 12:00 PM EST

Career Connection: A Career in Forensic Science: Demystifying Myths

Crime dramas on television, and especially the CSI franchise, have helped promote public interest in forensic science, but they have created unrealistic expectations about the capabilities of forensic disciplines and the roles of forensic scientists. This presentation provides a more realistic view of careers in forensic science, with an emphasis on the education and training requirements to help students achieve their goals.

Speaker: Dr. Glen Jackson

Dr. Jackson is the Ming Hsieh Distinguished Professor of Forensic and Investigative Science at West Virginia University. His group's research has appeared in more than 80 publications, more than 120 conference presentations, three issued patents, and more than $5 million in external funding. He has taught numerous workshops to practicing forensic professionals and is an active forensic chemistry consultant. He has appeared on Nancy Grace Live, Forensic Files II, and his published research on trace human remains was once a storyline in Law and Order SVU.


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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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