[Nfbc-info] STEM-ulating Growthin in New Fields Contest

Shaheen, Natalie NShaheen at nfb.org
Fri Mar 19 02:25:36 UTC 2010

Have you or your child participated in one of the following NCBYS 
programs: Science Academy 2004, Rocket On! 2004, Science Academy 
2005, Rocket On! 2005, Science Academy 2006, Rocket On! 2006, Youth 
Slam 2007, Jr. Science Academy 2008, or Youth Slam 2009?  If so, we 
have a contest for you! Show us in a creative way what science means 
to you now. You can write a poem, write an essay, submit original 
song lyrics, or create a piece of tactile art. The theme of this 
contest is "STEM-ulating Growth in New Fields." The top ten entries 
will be featured on the brand new Accessible Bulletin Board in the 
Betsy Zaborowski Conference Room at the NFB Jernigan Institute. The 
top ten entries will also be featured on 
<http://www.blindscience.org/>www.blindscience.org and in NFB 
publications. In addition, the creator of the first place entry will 
receive a $25 gift certificate to iTunes!

If you are interested in entering this STEM-ulating contest. please 
visit <http://www.blindscience.org/>www.blindscience.org and follow 
the "STEM-ulating Growth in New Fields Contest" link for the rules 
and to fill out an online entry form. Entries are due no later than 
March 31, 2010. If you have questions, please contact Natalie Shaheen 
at the NFB Jernigan Institute 
(<mailto:Nshaheen at nfb.org>Nshaheen at nfb.org or 410-659-9314, extension 2293).

Warmest regards,
Natalie Shaheen

Natalie L. Shaheen, MEd
Education Program Specialist
Jernigan Institute
200 E. Wells Street
at Jernigan Place.
Baltimore, MD 21230
Phone: (410) 659-9314 x2293
Email: <mailto:nshaheen at nfb.org>nshaheen at nfb.org
Fax: (410) 659-5129
Visit: <http://www.nfb.org/>www.nfb.org

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