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April 4 | Volume 7 - 2019

  Nominations open for 2019 STEMMy Awards

Celebrating extraordinary enthusiasm and efforts within the dynamic fields of STEM, nominations are now open for the 2019 STEMMy Awards. Coveted Golden Gears will be awarded to individuals and groups through this nomination process in the following categories: STEM Volunteer of the Year, STEM Student of the Year, STEM School of the Year, STEM Industry Partner of the Year, STEM Community Serving Organization of the Year, STEM Higher Education Partner of the Year, STEM Educator of the Year, and STEM Event of the Year. Learn more about the award criteria and to nominate! Tickets and sponsorships are available now by emailing Dr. Sarah Windsor. The STEMmy Awards are always packed with champions of STEM outreach and education from across the Research Triangle region! To see a video, please click here. Nominations are due April 29. Please enjoy your NC STEM e-Update. Tweet us @NCSTEM with suggestions, feedback, or thoughts about this issue or future ones.


It's April! Time for NC Science Festival

This month, stay tuned for stories from the NC Science Festival (click link below to find events near you) and more.



Deadline approaching SSEP grant awards

Applications for the 2019 Student STEM Enrichment Program (SSEP) grant awards through the Burroughs Wellcome Fund are due by April 16. Use the link below for more information or to access the application.



Find great STEM jobs at NC STEM Center

There are more than a dozen career and job opportunities currently listed in the Job Seekers section of the NC STEM website - including fun summer and other seasonal positions. Quick, easy, free site registration required.



Featured Program

STEM Summer Camp

Campbell University’s STEM Camp on June 24-29 provides high school students with the opportunity to explore engineering, pharmacy and health sciences. Students will partake in hands-on activities with a competition and awards at the end of the week. Learn more. Click or tap the button below to view more great programs at the NC STEM Center.




Featured Opportunity

NC3ABI Spring Conference

Science faculty at North Carolina Community Colleges are invited to attend the annual spring meeting for the NC Community College Association of Biology Instructors this Friday (April 5) in Durham. This is an official event of the NC Science Festival. Learn more. Click or tap the button below to view all the great STEM opportunities at the NC STEM Center.




NC STEM partners with The Connectory to help you discover local STEM happenings.
Please visit Events Calendar to find these and more upcoming events.

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2019 FIRST North Carolina State Championship

The top 32 high-school robotics teams from across North Carolina will compete this weekend in the 2019 FIRST North Carolina State Championship at Campbell University. The winner will earn a spot at the FIRST National Championship in Houston. Admission is free. Learn more.





UNC Asheville HS Computer Programming Competition

UNC Asheville will host a programming competition for interested high school students Saturday (April 6). This competition is from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in UNC Asheville's Karpen Hall in Rooms 036, 037, and 038. Learn more.





STEM on the Wing Day

Take off into science at "STEM on the Wing Day" at the Carolina Raptor Center presented by MSC Industrial Supply Co. Exercise your brain and explore your inner geek at this free celebration on April 13. Learn more.





SYNERGY Conference 2019

SYNERGY Conference 2019 is set for April 24-25, 2019 at the Khoury Convention Center Sheraton Greensboro at Four Seasons. Learn more.





2019 Professional Educators of NC Conference

PENC will host the 2019 Conference “Supercharged with STEAM” on May 4 in Raleigh at the Renaissance Raleigh North Hills Hotel. Learn more.



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