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K-12 STEM Symposium: Malaria Free World Founder Kritika Singh

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUqKScTX20c Kritika Singh, a former student at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology and the founder of Malaria Free World, describes her nonprofit organization as an aim to raise awareness about the malaria epidemic. Malaria Free World also raises funds for malaria eradication efforts and has expanded internationally with champions who are

K-12 STEM Symposium Video: Siemens Government Technologies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkTdrmKCqCI Siemens Government Technologies, Inc. was platinum sponsor of the 2016 K-12 STEM Symposium for the opportunity to expose kids to its technologies, products and services. Scott Nadler, head of communications, suggests many of the important or high-paying jobs in the future are going to be in STEM-related fields. If kids are exposed to STEM

Secrets From a Top Student: How Every Parent Can Get Their Child Interested in STEM

Aaditya Singh Meet Aaditya Singh, a sophomore at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. He also happens to be a rising freshman at MIT. When you meet a student as bright as Singh – he’s taken courses such as differential equations, artificial intelligence, quantum mechanics and organic chemistry – you might

Children's Science Center Executive Director Adalene 'Nene' Spivy to Receive Honorary STEM Champion Award

Adalene "Nene" Spivy, Children's Science Center WashingtonExec will present Children's Science Center Executive Director Adalene "Nene" Spivy with an honorary STEM Champion award at the 2017 K-12 STEM Symposium for her tireless efforts in promoting STEM activities on behalf of children in the DMV area. WashingtonExec STEM Council Chairman Ed Swallow will present Spivy

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