STEM Chat Live Zoom Presentation 1/28/2021 with Telfair Museum’s 2021 Pulse Art + Technology Festival #STEM #STEMKids #Education
Diana and I are so excited to bring STEM Chat live via Zoom to the 2021 Pulse Art + Technology Festival at Georgia’s Telfair Museum. We will be featuring some of our “best of” projects and there will be time at the end for Q&A. We were recently interviewed by the Savannah Morning News where reporter Rob Hessler shares some of the highlights for our session, as well the entire festival.
It’s our first time doing a live, virtual presentation so please join us for the free event! There are plenty of events both in person and virtual for this year’s festival. See the full list of events here.
The full presentation will be also online in our STEM Chat playlist after the event. We will have a brand new STEM Chat episode “All About Pi” coming to you late February so you and your kids can get ready for Pi Day on March 14th. Follow us on Instagram at @stemchat.
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