STEM

STEM for Girls


Are you interested in science or math? Does technology excite you? Then come GROW with STEM in our program just for middle school girls!

STEM for Girls

Registration is now open

STEM for Girls will take place at the ATEMS High School campus this year

Date: Saturday, January 24, 2015
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Check in: ATEMS High School Campus (650 East Hwy 80). Come to the ATEMS High School entrance with a parent or guardian.
Check out: Check-out with a STEM for Girls representative at the same location. 

Participation is limited to the first 45 girls and includes a t-shirt and lunch.

What is the STEM for Girls program?
This event brings together middle school girls and ACU professors and students in a day dedicated to exploring possibilities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). There will be fun, hands-on activities that allow you to engage in a variety of STEM fields and have the opportunity to interact with female professors and university students in small groups.

Who are the directors?
STEM for Girls at ACU is led by Dr. Jennifer Shewmaker, associate professor of psychology, and Dr. Sarah Lee, assistant professor of biochemistry. Both of these ladies have impressive experience in research and teaching in the science fields, and are passionate about inspiring other intelligent young women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

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