Wednesday, March 30, 2016

STEM Journey III: Embark with us as we explore the science, technology, engineering and math involved in land, air and sea transportation

STEM Journey III 2016: An event for Everyone 


When: Saturday, April 02, 2016 12:00pm-4:00pm
Where: Cape Cod Community College, West Barnstable, MA
We want to welcome you to STEM Journey III at Cape Cod Community College on April 2, 2016 from 12 to 4 PM. This is a free K-12 and beyond educational outreach program. We would like this event to stimulate an interest in and possibly a career in science for these K-12 students.
Please visit us and bring your children, grandchildren, a student or a friend, if you are able to come.
The theme of this event is Transportation-. Land, Air and Sea
We have three keynote Speakers addressing transportation

12:30PM Prof. John Leonard  from MIT  Talk-: Autonomous Cars
1:30PM MA Senator Dan Wolf, CEO of Cape Air Talk- Future of Aviation
2:30PM Ocean Physics Researcher Katilyn Tradd of WHOI Talk- Manned, Unmanned and Autonomous Vehicles 
Boy Scouts will be busy in the morning earning their traffic safety and railroading badges. Girl Scouts will be earning STEM badges at this event: We have four Barnstable Girl Scout Troops and one Mashpee Girl Scout troop pre-registered to participate in the event.
We have >45 exhibitors who will have a variety of hands-on activities and demonstrations:
Grossman Commons:
American Chemical Society
Atlantic White Shark Conservacy
Boy Scouts of America, Cape Cod & Islands Council Inc
Cape Cod Makers
Cape Cod Maritime Museum
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
Cape Cod Community College Center for Corporate and Professional Education
Delta Air Lines Kurt Giessler Foundation for Youth Achievement
Lighthouse Charter School amateur radio explorer club
Mad Science of Southern MA & RI
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
National Marine Life Center
Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society
Sandwich STEM Academy
Sea Scouts/Explorer Club 72
South Shore YMCA - Camp Burgess & Hayward
Thornton W. Burgess Society
Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School

Life Fitness Center/Gym: also known as the ‘STEM-NASIUM’
6th Space Warning Squadron
Cambridge Science Festival/Science on the Street
Cape Cod STEM Network
Discovery Flying RC Club
KitingUSA
Oceaneering  Intl
Saint Margaret Regional School
Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Tilden Arts Center Lobby:
Chatham Marconi Maritime Center
Mashpee Middle/High School
Nauset Model Railroad Club
The Hundred Acre School at Heritage Museums & Gardens
Zephyr Education Foundation

Lorusso Technology Building Patio/ROV Expo:
Falmouth High School
Lawrence School
Monomoy Regional High School
Nauset Regional Middle School
Sturgis Charter Public School 
ROVers
Waquoit Bay Science School

Lorusso Technology Building (Computer Lab): 4CSTEM 

Here is a video interview about STEM Journey III from Cape Cod Media Channel 99 just click on the link:
The organizers of this event are:           
Cape Cod Council of the Boy Scouts of America          
Cape Cod Community College        

Cape and Islands Regional STEM Network 
Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society  

PID Analyzers, LLC   
The Sponsors of this event are: 
Cape Cod Council of the Boy Scouts of America          
Cape Cod Community College        

Cape and Islands Regional STEM Network 
Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society  

PID Analyzers, LLC   
Emerald Physicians
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
We look forward to connecting with you at the many NESACS events that are planned for this year! Stay tuned to learn more about our upcoming public outreach volunteer opportunities at Cambridge Science Festival and Chemists Celebrate Earth Day at the Museum of Science Boston.
Sincerely,
Dr. Jack Driscoll, ACSF, and Jennifer Maclachlan
Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society Public Relations
STEM Journey Committee

EVENT PROMOTION:
Event flyer that went through backpack mail to the Cape Cod schools:
Announcement that the Cape Cod Times ran:



Learn more about the history of STEM Journey from the podcast of our radio interview on Sunday Journal:



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