we-are-all-stemSTEM Newsletter

October 25, 2016

 

In this week’s newsletter check out…

…the Just for Teachers section:

  • UCONN is offering a great summer Joule fellowship program

In the Students section:

  • The play at Theatre Works about Einstein’s daughter

 

 

Just for Teachers

 

  •   McGraw HillComplimentary Professional Development workshop

    NGSS from Conception to Classroom

    When: December 1, 2016

    Where: Sheraton Hartford South, 100 Capital Blvd, Rocky Hill

    RSVP November 29, Jen Mello, jennifermello@maine.rr.com

    For more information, view the flyer.

     

    UConn School of Engineering

    Joule Fellow

    Joule Fellows Summer 2017

    I know this is early, but consider a 6 week paid summer engineering research experience focusing on sustainable energy technologies followed by an academic year of implementation.

    Teachers will be working with graduate researchers and faculty. Please contact Aida Ghiaei, 860-486-6523, aida@engr.uconn.edu, or the website,  http://joulefellows.engr.uconn.edu/  for more information.

  • UConn Health CenterThe 2nd National Health Disparities Elimination Summit

    Keynote speaker: Mustafa Santiago Ali, Senior Advisor, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Justice & Community Revitalization Division

    When: Saturday, October 29, 8:30-4:30

    Where: UCONN Health Center

    For more information, view the flier.

    To register online click on the link:https://cobbinstitute.worldsecuresystems.com/Programs/Disparities_Elimination_Summit_Reg

     

     

  • Jason Learning

    Click on the link for the Jason Learning Professional Development schedule 2016-2018.

    http://www.jason.org/ct

    For more information contact Amy O’Neil at amy@jason.org

    For more information, view the flyer attached.

 

 

Students

 

  • theaterworks
    FREE STUDENT MATINEES—TRANSPORTATION INCLUDED FOR HARTFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    • Oct 19 – 11:00am
    • Nov 9  – 11:00amRunning Time approximately 90 minutes, no intermission.FIRST COME FIRST SERVED – SPACE IS LIMITEDrelativity
      In 1902 Albert and Mileva Einstein had a baby daughter. After 1904, she was never seen or spoken of again. When a young reporter confronts Einstein years later in Princeton, Einstein must face his greatest challenge: his past. RELATIVITY explores the bonds of family and the cost of genius. To be a great man, does one first need to be a good man? From the playwright that brought you FREUD’S LAST SESSION, DANCING LESSONS, and BECOMING DR. RUTHFor Reservations and Buses contact Dina Silva at dina@theaterworkshartford.org or 860.527.7838  TheaterWorks, 233 Pearl Street, Hartford, CT 06103  www.theaterworkshartford.org

 

 

In the News:

 

The STEM TEAM

Dr. Sandra Inga & Ms. Andrea Greene