Agriculture and STEM Summit, October 31st, Maryland State Fairgrounds-Most people don’t realize what how dependent Agriculture is on STEM. The Summit will include two discussion panels and activity tables to show the connection between agriculture and STEM.

Blue Collar STEM Conference-November 6th, B & O Railroad Museum-STEM jobs are more than just engineers and research scientists. This event will focus on STEM jobs/careers that don’t require a four-year college degree. This will be one of the (possibly the) first Conferences on this topic and will bring National Spotlight to Maryland as a leader in this issue.  The Conference will be produced or co-produced by the National Science Board. It is expected to draw speakers and attendees from around the country.

Sports and STEM Expo, November 9th, Morgan State University-Like Sports, but hate STEM? Sports are just applied STEM! This event is to raise awareness of how Sports don’t exist without STEM.

Hispanic STEM Awareness Event/Day, November 4th Wilde Lake High School, Columbia Maryland, 9 am – 1pm. This event will show students of Hispanic Heritage that there are many STEM Professionals from their Community.  It will bring together Hispanic STEM Professionals from around the area to provide inspiration and role models to the students.  We will also be bring elements of Hispanic culture such as dance and music to make the event more welcoming to the attendees. Among the organizations expected to Participate are the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and Conexiones.  We are inviting NSF Director Frances Cordova as the Key Note Speaker. and the Deputy Surgeon General to speak

African American STEM Awareness Event/Day, November 4th, Wilde Lake High School, 1pm -5 pm.   This event will show students of African American Community that there are many STEM Professionals from their Community.  It will bring together African American  STEM Professionals from around the area to provide inspiration and role models to the students.  We will also be bring elements of African American culture such as dance and music to make the event more welcoming to the attendees. Among the organizations expected toThis event has the strong support of the Maryland NAACP.  We have invite the US Surgeon General and Congressman Elijah Cummings to speak at our event.