Monthly Archives: February 2011

WAWA Needs Your Vote to Win $30,000 Grant


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Free Outdoor Activity for Kids

Saturday, February 19, 2011 (1:00 pm – 3:00 pm) Outdoor Activity Center 1442 Richland Rd. S.W. Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 752-5385       Did you know that Arbor Day is a day set aside for schools, civic clubs, and other … Continue reading

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Women in STEM High School Aerospace Scholars Flier — Grades 9-11

WISH wants female high school juniors to participate in a pilot project. Beginning with an online collaboration in fall 2010, selected applicants will compete to participate in a summer 2011 workshop at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. There they … Continue reading

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Human Exploration Project Series — Grades K-12

This series of curricular units focus on themes that NASA engineers and scientists — as well as future generations of explorers — must consider when planning future human explorations into space. This includes such themes as Energy and Power, Transportation … Continue reading

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Google Science Fair

 Google is launching the inaugural Google Science Fair. We have partnered with   NASA, CERN, National Geographic, Scientific American and the LEGO Group to   create a new STEM competition which is more open, accessible and global than   ever before. We wanted … Continue reading

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African American History Month Webcast

NASA¹s Digital Learning Network invites you to participate in the African American History Month webcasts!  In recognition of African American History Month and Engineers Week, Goddard Space Flight Center will host live events for students and educators featuring African American … Continue reading

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Sisters Workshop for 6th and 7th graders

The Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland is offering a five day Summer Institute for the purpose of increasing the awareness of and providing opportunities for middle school girls to explore non-traditional career fields with research scientists, mathematicians and … Continue reading

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