[nfbmi-talk] Fwd: [Nfbnet-members-list] NFB STEM2U
kbrolin65 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 11 14:59:16 UTC 2014
For those of us living in the Midwest, the Columbus, Ohio edition of
STEM2U might be feasible. While this appears not to be happening
until May of next year, applications for high school-age students need
to be in by June 15 of this year, and for them there is a requirement
first to attend a Leadership Academy in early September of this year.
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From: David Andrews <dandrews at visi.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2014 21:05:26 -0500
Subject: [Nfbnet-members-list] NFB STEM2U
To: nfbnet-members-list at nfbnet.org
is coming to a city near you during the 2014-2015 school year!
The National Federation of the Blind (NFB), in
partnership with museums and science centers,
will facilitate three regional science,
technology, engineering, and math (STEM)
programs. NFB STEM2U expands on the exciting and
innovative work conducted by the NFB in the area
of informal STEM education through previous
National Center for Blind Youth in Science
programs such as the NFB Youth Slam, NFB Project Innovation, and NFB STEM-X.
· blind elementary school-aged students and their parents
· blind high school-aged students
· teachers working with blind students
· NFB STEM2U Leadership Academy 9/5/14-9/7/14
(Leadership Academy is required for the 30 high
school students who attend the regional programs later in the year.)
· NFB STEM2U Baltimore, MD, 11/6/14-11/9/14
· NFB STEM2U Boston, MA, 3/12/15-3/15/15)
· NFB STEM2U Columbus, OH, 5/14/15-5/16/15
Registration fee: $0
· Elementary students and parents July 31, 2014
· High school students June 15, 2014
· Teachers July 31, 2014
To learn more or apply, please visit
If you have questions or require more
information, send an e-mail to <mailto:STEM at nfb.org>STEM at nfb.org.
This material is based upon work supported by the
National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1322855.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or
recommendations expressed in this material are
those of the author(s) and do not necessarily
reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
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