Event Calendar

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This page features events from organizations across Ohio offering STEM focused programming. 

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Modeling The Future Challenge

Virtual Event

Are you looking for a challenge that involves math and risk analysis? The Modeling the Future Challenge is a free real-world competition for high school students combining math modeling, data analysis, and risk management into one exciting challenge! To compete, students conduct their own research project modeling real-world data to analyze risks and make recommendations …

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Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Education: Empowering Teachers for the Future


The professional development session will introduce teachers to the fundamental concepts of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its applications in education. Through this workshop, teachers will gain a solid understanding of AI technologies and how they can leverage them to enhance teaching practices, student learning experiences, and overall classroom engagement.

Chickenology Workshop

Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4H Center 2201 Fred Taylor Drive, Columbus, OH, United States

Chickenology: Explore genetics to breed the best brood G. gallus domesticus is ready for review! Take your students on a tour through the genetic history and potential future of our favorite fowl. This STEM-based curriculum uses immersive learning experiences and real genetic samples for your students to dive deep in the future evolution of our …

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STEM Goes Red for Girls

The NEW Center at Northeast Ohio Medical University 4211 St., OH-44, Rootstown, OH, United States

STEM Goes Red for Girls - Empowering the next generation of women in STEM The American Heart Association invites you to this year’s STEM Goes Red for Girls Experience. STEM Goes Red is designed to provide 7th - 8th grade girls insights into the possibilities and potential they possess to make a real impact on …

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