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Fw: Wonder Women of STEM Event this Thursday!

From: Cindy C
Sent on: Monday, April 23, 2012 6:04 PM
I thought this would be a fun event for the kids.  Watch presentations from two women engineers.  They will be talking about their experiences in the field and how they got there.
Thursday, April 26 at 7am, 9am, 11am, and 1pm PST
If the links don't come through on the email below, go to http://www.jason.org/public/whatis/start.aspx and click on Live Events on the bottom of the screen.
 
-Cindy Castro-
Great Educational Experiences
Long Beach, CA

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From: The JASON Project <[address removed]>
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Sent: Monday, April 23,[masked]:57 PM
Subject: Reminder: JASON Live - Wonder Women of STEM Event this Thursday!


The JASON Project   
Reminder: JASON Live's 
Wonder Women of STEM
Event is this Thursday, April 26!
Sea Research and National Geographic
Wonder Women of STEM - April 26, 2012

Join The JASON Project and the American Association of University Women (AAUW) for a day of live webcasts featuring two women who exemplify excellence in "STEM"-science, technology, engineering and math. Our featured guests are Christianne Corbett and Lisa Lord.

Learn more and access the live event on the Wonder Women of STEM event page on the JASON Project website.

Christianne Corbett (10am and 2pm ET)Christianne Corbett
Christi earned a degree in engineering and became an aerospace engineer. Her passion to help more girls and women enter into engineering led to her accepting her current position as Senior Researcher at AAUW, where she co-authored the highly acclaimed research report "Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math." She will share her personal experiences as an engineer, and her research findings which are critical for anyone currently in, or considering, a career in engineering.

Lisa Lord (12pm and 4pm ET)Lisa Lord
Lisa, a Cyber Information Assurance Analyst with Northrop Grumman, helps protect our nation's top secret information. Cyber Security is one of the fastest growing technical careers available today. Learn how Lisa's unexpected educational and professional path has made her a highly valued expert in this exciting industry.

Be sure to tune in to the live webcasts on
Thursday, April 26, 2012 at 10:00am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm, or 4:00pm (all times Eastern) to learn about Christi, Lisa and their work!


More about the "Wonder Women of STEM" Live Event

How do I watch the live event?
To view the live event, go to the live event page shortly before the event start time and click on the live event link. This will take you to a page where you can view the live event. We recommend using just one computer to view the live event, preferably connected to a projector so your students can all watch.

What do I need to watch the event?
All you need to view the event is a computer with a broadband internet connection and Flash installed. We strongly recommend testing your setup in the days prior to viewing the live event. You can test your setup now by visiting the live event page and clicking the "Test your connection" link.

How do I submit questions for the event?
You can submit questions live via text during the event.

How can I ensure my students' questions are asked during the event?
We receive so many questions for live events that unfortunately we cannot pass all of them along to our guests. However there are some things you can do to give your questions a better chance of being asked:
  • Learn about our guests' fields and topics. Our moderators are always looking for questions that will take us deeper into the subject areas, rather than just skim the surface of them.
  • Be unique! Think of interesting, outside-the-box questions that will provide for an interesting answer from our guests.
Who can I contact if I have questions about the event?
Please e-mail [address removed] if you have any questions about the event. We're here to help!

Learn more and access the live event on the Wonder Women of STEM event page on the JASON Project website.

More Upcoming JASON Live Events!

Tracy Drain - NASA Systems Engineer - May 31, 2012
Tracy Drain is a systems engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA. Her projects are out of this world -- literally! Tracy has helped design, test, and analyze spacecraft that are orbiting Mars, are on their way to Jupiter, and may someday explore Europa. Join us for four live events with Tracy on Thursday, May 31, 2012 at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 4:30pm, and 6:30pm Eastern. Each program will last approximately 45 minutes. You'll have a chance to learn the physics that Tracy has had to master to succeed in her job, find out about the career path she followed to become a mechanical engineer, ask her questions, and respond to polls, all live!



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