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Is It Spring Yet? 

Greetings STEM Pathways Researchers, Participants, and Supporters!  Though it may not quite feel like spring, it is actually here.  Spring is a time for renewal, growth, and expansion!  Time to focus to get even more active, take action, and create change!  We are glad you connected with STEM Pathways to help us do just that in the lives of young people in the Boston Region and beyond!

The 2018 STEM Pathways mini-Jamboree February 17th reaffirmed the need to continue convening, exposing, and educating the community - high school students, undergraduate students, non-profit organizations, parents, BU faculty/staff, etc - in conversations on STEM and synthetic biology!  We are on the right path!  View more photos online here


We invite you to be a part of our upcoming calendared opportunities. We have highlighted a few below but also connect to the website calendar at stempathways.org .  Information is also always being shared on  Facebook and Instagram . Do not miss out!

Tiffany E. Grant King
Program Coordinator, STEM Pathways
STEM Pathways High School Training Session in Synthetic Biology 

The STEM Pathways outreach program is offering one-day training sessions in a real, synthetic biology environment! All training sessions will cover fundamental synthetic biology tools and concepts like DNA purification, gel electrophoresis, and bacterial transformation!    Lunch will be served! Open to students 16+ years old.

Spring 2018 Training Dates are:
Saturday, April 14, 10:00-4:00PM. Deadline to apply: Wednesday, April 4th.
Saturday, April 28, 10:00-4:00PM. Deadline to apply: Wednesday, April 18th.

Register at  stempathways.org/engage . Download the flyer here.

STEM Pathways Spring Dinner & Dialogue 
Thursday, April 26, 6:00PM - 8:30PM

Bringing Together Teachers and Administrators with the Region's STEM Outreach Programs, Universities, Industries, and Resources for Impact Discussions and Networking!  Registration is required by Monday, April 23rd at 10:00PM EST.  Register at  stempathways.org/engage .

#617Connection | C ollaborating to build and better impact the community!  Plan to engage!  

SET (Science, Engineering, Technology) in the City
Saturday, April 7, 2018

The tenth annual " SET (Science, Engineering, Technology) in  the   City - A Day of Career Exploration for High School Girls" will take place on Saturday, April 7th, 2018.   Approximately 150 high school girls will: 
*  Start the day at Boston University with kickoff speakers and Science Bazaar 
* Have lunch at Emmanuel, Harvard, Northeastern, Simmons, Wentworth, or Vertex

* Participate in hands-on science activities led by professionals
* Eat Lunch with women working in Science, Engineering and Technology
* Find out about cutting-edge research that will change the world


For more information, please visit  http://www.bostongirlsstem.org/setinthecity/.

Editing Our Evolution Forum at the Museum of Science 
Tuesday, April 17 | 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Editing Our Evolution : Rewriting the Human Genome.   The possibility of editing our own genomes is moving from science fiction to reality. Join us to discuss drawing the line between therapy and enhancement, ensuring access to life-saving treatments, and making changes that will affect generations. Register at https://www.mos.org/public-events/editing-our-evolution-rewriting-the-human-genome

Funding for this program has been provided by the National Science Foundation. Presented as part of the Cambridge Science Festival.

For information about accessibility in the Museum: mos.org/accessibility. For questions or accommodation requests: 617-589-3102, accessibility@mos.org. Please request ASL interpreters at least two weeks in advance.  

Are You Connected with STEM Pathways? 
Do so to receive information about upcoming engagements, announcements, opportunities, and the program impact in 2018!   Be sure to subscribe to the STEM Pathways' YouTube Channel? Click subscribe at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIJfKU6-Kz_NsR7kXrhGfIA!



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