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Wonders All Around: Making Dreams a Reality

Wonders All Around: Making Dreams a Reality

Hear the story about a kid who grew up reading Buck Rogers comic strips and dreaming about walking on the moon. This kid never gave up his dreams. He went to college, studied engineering, learned how to fly, and became an astronaut. He then spent a large part of his adult life designing and testing a real-life jetpack that could fly in outer space! This is the story of Bruce McCandless II and the Manned Maneuvering Unit—proof that there are wonders all around. Some we find, and some we make ourselves.

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Elementary, Middle School, High School

Everyone Can Make a Difference

Everyone Can Make a Difference

What can you do to make changes in your community? Highlighting examples from the acclaimed book Kids Who Are Changing the World, let’s examine the issues that concerned these children and learn how they did something about it. What did all of these children have in common? Take-away some project ideas that you can explore to participate in your own way to change your community.

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From Field to Fork - STEM & Sustainability in Corn Production

From Field to Fork - STEM & Sustainability in Corn Production

Join us as we explore the ways corn farmers use STEM on their operations every day! Learn about other careers in the corn industry and how they all connect to provide a safe, healthy, and sustainable food supply.

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Elementary, Middle School, High School

STEM Lesson: Gerald A. Lawson - The ULTIMATE Gamer

STEM Lesson: Gerald A. Lawson - The ULTIMATE Gamer

How many of you enjoy playing video games from home? Believe it or not, it hasn't always been possible! Let's discover how the work of Gerald (Jerry) Lawson allows you to enjoy your videogaming today and how maybe one day too, you can create video games of your own!

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Elementary, Middle School, High School

STEM Lesson: Dirty Water: Clean Water

STEM Lesson: Dirty Water: Clean Water

Nancy Williams discusses the 14 Grand Challenges for engineering with a focus on the challenge,

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Science
Elementary, Middle School, High School

Career Connection: Dare to Dream

Career Connection: Dare to Dream

Having the courage to pursue your dreams even in the face of obstacles can be challenging. In 'Dare to Dream', Jarred will talk about the things that enabled him to follow his passion for science and engineering despite facing adversity along the way. He will also give advice to students on how they can achieve their goals and aspirations, and encourage them by mentioning prominent STEM figures throughout history who overcame incredible odds to pave the way for other minorities in their respective fields of study.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School, High School

Career Connection: Artist or Engineer? How about both.

Career Connection: Artist or Engineer? How about both.

Dajae Williams is a former NASA Engineer, who is far from your average Rocket Scientist. As an educational hip hop artist, she produces music that makes math and science come alive in the classroom. Learn about Dajae Williams’ creative process that helps combine culture and curriculums. Dajae’s educational hip hop has garnered the attention of NPR, CNN, BET, and many classrooms across the country. Take this opportunity to see how engineering and creativity collide with a screening of Dajae’s newly released music video,

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Science
Elementary, Middle School, High School

Career Connection: What is an Engineer and what do Engineers do?

Career Connection: What is an Engineer and what do Engineers do?

Aisha Lawrey will share her story and journey into becoming an engineer. She invites students to learn about all the different ways that engineers contribute to society. In addition, she will introduce students to the opportunities that become available to those who choose to study engineering and the steps they can begin now to join an engineering career path.

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Elementary, Middle School, High School

STEM Lesson: Innovation and Integrity: The Life-Saving Work of Dr. Charles Drew

STEM Lesson: Innovation and Integrity: The Life-Saving Work of Dr. Charles Drew

A look into the accomplishments of the African American medical researcher, Dr. Charles R. Drew and his groundbreaking discoveries about the storage and processing of blood for transfusions. We'll investigate the unique properties of blood and build our own centrifuge device that can be used to separate a liquid.