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Elementary, Middle School

What Science REALLY Looks Like

What Science REALLY Looks Like

Take students on a journey through STEM from a fresh perspective. Dajae will challenge the stigma that “science is boring” by sharing her unique pathway to becoming the DOPEST NASA ENGINEER. Dajae will share how she made connections between STEM and her love for hip hop to create fun educational raps. Students will get to discover how cool STEM really is and learn about new careers they didn’t even know existed. The presentation will wrap up with a hip hop performance from Dajae.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Looking Inside the Minds of Thrill Seekers

Looking Inside the Minds of Thrill Seekers

They jump out of planes, climb skyscrapers, and will eat anything prompting others to ask 'what's wrong' with them. These are the thrill-seekers. They may appear to be adrenaline junkies, but are they? Dr. Carter will describe the world of the high sensation-seeking personality, exploring the psychology and neuroscience behind this fascinating personality trait. He’ll also discuss the many aspects of his career as a clinical psychologist from working with clients, to teaching, writing, and being on television, radio, and podcasts.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Curiosity and Courage: The Inventions of Garrett Morgan

Curiosity and Courage: The Inventions of Garrett Morgan

Garrett Morgan's curiosity about how things worked inspired him to invent things that made the world safer. Let's explore the science behind his safety hood, a device designed to protect miners and firefighters.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

STEM Lesson/Activity: How Earthquakes Knock Down Buildings

STEM Lesson/Activity: How Earthquakes Knock Down Buildings

In a hands-on demonstration, Michael will show what is important in determining whether or not an earthquake will knock down a building.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Career Connection: Playing Well Together: Art Meets Tech

Career Connection: Playing Well Together: Art Meets Tech

Loving technology, Janie Bynum learned to use an Apple computer in 1986 and has been creating designs and illustrations in the digital world ever since. Learning this technology in the “early days” of digital graphic design inspired her to start her own business in 1987. Originally employing other designers, she now works on her own as a freelancer.

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Mathematics, Science
Elementary, Middle School

Origami Time! How to Engineer a Flying Cylinder

Origami Time! How to Engineer a Flying Cylinder

Come enjoy some mental gymnastics and fun critical thinking exercises. All you need is a sheet of paper, a ruler, scissors, pencil and your imagination.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Career Connection: Twin Pops & Technology with Jaime Schultz and Brice Mills

Career Connection: Twin Pops & Technology with Jaime Schultz and Brice Mills

Headquartered in Wheeling, W.V, the company operates three manufacturing plants throughout the country, producing more than 2 million Twin Pops a day. This session will provide an in depth tour of the production facility, highlighting the science, technology and robotic machinery used to make the products.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Career Connection: Why Not You? Thoughts on Being a STEM Entrepreneur

Career Connection: Why Not You? Thoughts on Being a STEM Entrepreneur

Joshua Goldberg is the Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Legends of Learning, a learning metaverse where anyone can learn anything through games. Prior to Legends, Josh served as Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer for Sunlight Financial, the largest consumer focused energy lender in the United States.

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Mathematics, Science
Elementary, Middle School

Career Connection: Use your Gifts to Fulfill your Passion

Career Connection: Use your Gifts to Fulfill your Passion

Dr. Roni Ellington has been a mathematics educator for the past 20 years and has worked as a mathematics/STEM professional development consultant for various school districts and organizations. Currently, she is an associate professor of Mathematics Education at Morgan State University. Dr. Ellington is committed to promoting the mathematics education of African American students.