Photo Gallery: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Event in Atlanta
(May 21, 2011)
- Women’s Bureau Regional Administrator Paulette Norvel Lewis welcomes students and staff to the STEM Summit.
- Instructors and students make plans during the lunch break for the afternoon’s learning activities.
- Students discuss their morning’s classes and get to share their discoveries over lunch.
- Participants get the opportunity to participate in an interactive discussion on opportunities for women in the sciences.
- Students learn about interactive robotics by “feeding” a dinosaur.
- Students are introduced to the chemistry of colors.
- An interactive class on the science of DNA fingerprinting.
- An explanation of the wonders of electrical circuitry.
- Using a model to better understand hydrology in the real world.
- Modeling allows the students to get a birds-eye view of how water moves through an environment.
- Students learn to program a robotic vehicle.
- A programmed robot begins its run on its test track.