Summer STEM Days
This summer, students are invited to participate in free, virtual STEM learning programs via the State Library's STEMlab team!
Programs will be offered on Wednesdays from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. To register or learn more about a program, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Login information will be provided upon registration, which is required.
Summer 2020 Schedule
July 15: Epidemiology - What microbes are on my hands, in my fridge, and how we can keep them where they belong. How disease is spread on local and global scales.
July 22: Ecology - How do the things around you work together, and how can you tell if they are working together correctly.
July 29: Fairy-Tale Engineering - Can we build it? Yes, we can!
August 5: Astronomy - The science of the stars, learn more about the world when you look up at night, and how it affects us even during the day.
August 12: Stream Health - Learn about how all streams, big and small, play an important part in our ecosystem and how to protect and preserve them.
August 19: Forensics - Catching criminals, and solving their crimes. How law enforcement proves what happened, and the CSI behind it.