STEM Presentations for HS Students from University of Pennsylvania
Posted by University of Pennsylvania on October 20, 2020
Every fall, University of Pennsylvania normally offers activities on campus to promote STEM activities to high school level classes. Since on-site events were cancelled this fall, Penn graduate students stepped up and prepared synchronous presentations for high school classes to share with them aspects of their research and how they came to a career in science. The presentations will be about 45 minutes and will include time for questions and answers. The presentations are geared to high school level math and science classes.
If you would like the opportunity for your class to participate, please go to this form to provide some information and see the different options: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeHFrTPVjzgqVk75EtJaBFOVZD9295abCNvQWp8374vvkfnDA/viewform.
We will contact you with further details if we will be able to share our presentations with you.
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