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Maynard Okereke AKA The Hip Hop Doctor

Start Date of Event: 11/09/2021

End Date of Event: 11/09/2021

Event Times: 6-7 pm

Join Maynard Okereke, AKA the Hip Hop Doctor for a lively, interactive presentation combining entertainment, culture and STEM..  


the Hip Hop M.D.

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Science Communicator, Entrepreneur, Engineer, Digital Media Producer

Maynard Okereke, better known as the Hip Hop M.D.,  graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Civil Engineering.  His passion for science and entertainment, along with his curiosity for new innovation has taken him through an incredible life journey.

He now uses his knowledge of science to help inspire minorities and youth by bridging the gap between music, entertainment, & science - encouraging more diverse involvement in the S.T.E.M. fields.

 Event will be streamed on our Facebook page, and our YouTube channel,


Event Category:
Chemistry, Earth and Space Science, Life Sciences, Science and Society

Best for: Adults, Elementary School, High School, Middle School

Event Host:

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

County: Statewide (Maryland)

Is the Event Free? Yes

Category: Chemistry, Science and Society
County: Statewide (Maryland)
Best For: Adults, Elementary School, High School, Middle School
Start Date: 2021-11-09

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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.