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Engaging Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

The California Academy of Sciences is pleased to offer a one-day workshop to build your capacity to develop and deliver STEM programming and exhibits that are attractive, relevant and impactful to girls. Workshop participants can expect to increase their awareness of the importance of gender equity and cultural competency in STEM programming and exhibit development strategies. Participants will also get hands-on experience in using tools to assess the effectiveness of programs and exhibits for relevance across gender, race, ethnicity and other dimensions of diversity. This one-day workshop is free and will be held at the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center in Incline Village, Nevada. Registrants are encouraged to apply for a travel award to help with costs to attend the workshop. Please register for this event by going to www.girlsrisenet.org

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California Academy of Sciences S Pacific
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Workshops http://www.girlrisenet.org
Dates Time
July 08, 2014
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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