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STEM is For Girls, Too!!!

Start Date of Event: 10/18/2020

Event Times: 1:00 - 2: 00pm

Archi Marrapu, Founder of StemifyGirls, will provide a 30 minute tech talk followed by Q & A for students in grades K-12. Archi Marrapu is a middle schooler and possesses great leadership qualities in her. She passionately engages in research at the intersection of medicine and computer science. As a STEM advocate, she volunteers to educate the importance of STEM in girls to close the gender gap in STEM fields. She observed that STEM is not diversified and there is a misconception among people that it is not for the girls/women. As a changemaker of this generation, she encourages STEM literacy to all the young girls and women in our communities. The purpose of the program is to discuss the importance of STEM and the promotion of girls in STEM. Public speaking about STEM importance for girls and young women. Archi is passionate about Artificial technology and can help girls understand AI basics and help them understand the role of AI in the future.

Event Category:
Science and Society

Best for: High School, Middle School

Event Host:

Organization: Maryland STEM Festival
Contact Name: Phil Rogofsky
Phone: 4106271074
Event Email:
Event Location

County: Statewide (Maryland)

Organization Website:

Is the Event Free? Yes

Registration Information: To be part of the program interactively, register at The program will also be steamed over our Facebook page,
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Start Date: 2020-10-18

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The Maryland STEM festival is a month-long celebration of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics designed to advance STEM and STEAM education. Students have the opportunity to experience engineering, mathematics, science, and technology at work through curriculum provided by regional schools, colleges, and corporations. All events on focusedon advancing math and science and encouring students to pursue STEM or STEAM careers.