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Girls Can Do (GCD) provides positive role models who are everyday yet extraordinary women talking about choices, determination, hardships, failure, resilience, and success. The Girls Can Do event series started with a single speaker and a small idea in January 2014. Since then, it has quickly grown into a movement with a big vision and big plans to match. Its mission is to inspire a generation of possibility thinkers, and to encourage young women to have big dreams and pursue them. After all, what you want to do in life is always your best option, and anything is possible if you expect it. GCD hosts events around the country and the world, at low to no cost for young women and girls. These events are special days where girls come to engage, connect, and share experiences with amazing women speakers who are pursuing their dreams. They also partner with local organizations focused on girls programming to provide “next steps” for newly inspired Possibility Thinkers.
Ashby Fiser of Bainbridge Island is an Outreach Focus volunteer for GCD, and a UX Researcher and Designer in her professional life. Join us as we discuss GCD, empowerment, and women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).
In May US News reported that African American Men were the only minority group not increasing in numbers in the STEM fields. We go to the source and talk to some success stories! As well as hearing from millenials to get their input.
Find out more about the new Sci-Fi Novel featuring a young black male teenager who gets super powers and becomes a super hero! Support the campaign that is leading the way on introducing diversity to to Sci-Fi go to www.ChampionIsBorn.com
Tynicka and Liz talk about Fareed Zakaria's Washington Post piece "Why America’s obsession with STEM education is dangerous"
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THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 'STEM TIPS INITIATIVE"
CAROLINA BIO presents Dr. T. Griffith Jones on this initiative focused on providing coaching and professional development support to 1st and 2nd year middle school math and science teachers throughout the state of Florida. Learn how to “Throw your STEM teachers a lifeline! STEM TIPS is an online instructional coaching platform supporting teacher preparation programs and school districts in developing and retaining new STEM teachers.”
Two terrific STEM facilitators from California's Santa maria Bobita school distrcit, Astacia Zarling and Tony Ponce , 7th and 8th grade educators, are our guests
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Join us this week as we talk live with Scott Shaw, Chair for the Game Program at Wilmington University in Delaware. We talk video game development, program options, and the upcoming East Coast Reboot. We'll also discuss some awesome upcoming video games, some kickstarter indies, and STEM Education.
Dr. Ernesto Gutierrez is a published and extensively educated physician. He received his medical degree from Anáhuac University's Faculty of Medicine – the most prestigious private medical school in Latin America. Since then, he has spent considerable time training in the U.S. and abroad achieving postgraduate degrees in Age Management and Regenerative Medicine. One of the significant aspects of Dr. Gutierrez’s training background is his well-rounded approach in the area of whole person medicine which sets the standards of patient care at World Stem Cells Clinic, where each patient is seen not as a disease, but as a complex human being. Dr. Gutierrez joined World Stem Cells Clinic first as Medical Director and soon afterwards was appointed as President for the Clinic, Laboratory and Research Facility. His passion towards the development of novel therapeutic approaches to treat previously untreatable conditions has driven the clinic’s team to develop a unique, safe and highly effective Advanced Stem Cell Therapy for autism which has already changed the lives of hundreds of autistic patients and their families.
Stem and Basal discussion continues in Part 2 on the Fine Art of Paleontology series.Join New Mexico Museum on Natural History research associate Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as the discuss stem and basal animals in the fossil record. They are taking a journey through the animals that have lead up to humans in the fossil record.
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There are an array of STEAMing Hot Events & Programs happening in or around the City of Atlanta and possibly even in a city near you! Here are a few events, programs & even camps that we came across happening in the upcoming weeks centered around S.T.E.M.
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