STEM Connect-KC Calendar

Mad Science presents Tales of Tails (via Zoom)

Online

Join Mad Science as they put on the hats of paleontologists, fighter pilots, detectives and more to investigate TAILS! From comets, to dinosaurs, to rockets, TALES are everywhere in our world...and BEYOND! See for yourself in this program presented by Mid-Continent Public Library for ages...

Free

Mad Science presents Earthworks (via Zoom)

Online

Join Mad Science to learn more about the earth beneath your feet.  During this program from the Mid-Continent Public Library you will uncover the forces that create earthquakes and learn how mountains are formed. See minerals fluoresce before your very eyes! Participants are invited to...

Free

Online PD: Using CAPA to Transform Lab Errors into Real-World Scenarios

Online

Bioscience educators: Corrective Action Preventive Action (CAPA) is a process used by biomanufacturing companies to investigate, solve and prevent problems with the goal of minimizing mishaps. This virtual course will outline the CAPA system and cover common concepts such as deviations and root cause analysis....

Using Robotics & AI in the STEM Classroom

Online

All of us use computers, robots, or some type of artificial intelligence (AI) daily. If teachers understand how all of these things work and the potential impact of the problems they can solve or create, then teachers can help their students better manage these tools...

Free

BACE Basics: Getting to Know the Biotechnician Assistant Credentialing Exam

Online

This webinar is designed for secondary and post-secondary science educators and administrators to get familiar with the Biotechnician Assistant Credentialing Exam, known as BACE. BACE assesses skills and knowledge sets valued in technician-level bioscience positions, and BACE credential earners (your students) demonstrate mastery of these...

Free

Xylem Global Student Innovation Challenge

Online

Do you know a secondary or tertiary student with a passion for technology and sustainability? At the Xylem Global Student Innovation Challenge 2022, students ages 13 to 25 are invited to create projects that tackle one of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges: water. This...

Free

Garmin’s Women of Aviation Week Panel

Online

Hear from some women at Garmin working in aviation and who have pursued their pilot's license during this Q&A about their careers and their passion for aviation! The target audience for this event is students in 4th through 12th grades. Register here.

Free

Webinar: Using CAPA to Transform Laboratory Errors into Real-World Scenarios

Online

Corrective Action Preventive Action (CAPA) is a process used by biomanufacturing companies to investigate, solve and prevent problems. This course for science educators outlines the CAPA system and covers common concepts such as deviations and root cause analysis. In addition, strategies and activities will be...

$150

Speed Mentoring with Women in STEM and Transportation

Online

In this event designed for girls ages 13 to 18 interested in learning more about STEM and opportunities in the transportation industry, participants can meet local transportation pros  (via Zoom) and learn about their career paths. During this virtual speed mentoring event local transportation professionals...

Free

Burns & McDonnell: Your World Empowered

Online

Calling all educators, parents and students in grades 7-12 — your friends from Burns & McDonnell invite you to join us for Your World Empowered, an evening program designed to introduce students to job opportunities in engineering, architecture, environmental science and construction management. You'll hear...

Free

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