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AWM hosts several outreach events a quarter, but our members are also very involved in related outreach organizations, including:
Saturday, May 5th, 10am-12pm, STEM for Girls
This is an annual program which brings local girls to the university for a day to share with them the joys of STEM. They participate in fun science-related activities, hosted by various STEM departments at Davis, such as seeing the particle accelerator on campus, the Bohart Museum of Entomology, and having fun in a series of workshops at the Student Community Center (SCC). AWM will host an interactive knot theory workshop. Contact us to get involved!
Friday, April 13th, 1:30-2:30 PM, STEM for Girls Organizational Meeting
STEM for Girls is an annual event hosted by the Women's Resources and Research Center and Dr. Tina Jeoh. This program is funded by the National Science Foundation and the WRRC. This year’s STEM for Girls event will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2018.
This meeting will be hosted by Shawn White in 3240 MSB, and is for anyone who wants to help out with the event in May!
Tuesday, Feb 27, Pioneer High School
We will visit Pioneer High School in Woodland, and host a panel of female graduate and undergraduate students for a group of high school girls.
Tuesday, Jan 30, Will C. Wood Middle School
We will visit Will C. Wood Middle School in Sacramento and give a presentation to girls on how math can be used in many careers!
Friday, January 26 at 4 PM - 8 PM, GOALS X Dunloe Brewing Fundraiser:
Dunloe brewing is hosting a fundraiser for girls in science and nature. While this isn't affiliated with AWM, it is a great way to support gender diversity in STEM! Check out the event here. https://www.facebook.com/events/109393343165237/
Tuesday, October 24, Lee Middle School:
We visited Lee Middle School in Woodland, and taught a small group of girls about math. It was fun and inspiring! In future quarters, we'll be visiting other local middle and high schools as well as Girl Scout troop meetings, with hopes of teaching young minds about math, and encouraging girls to continue learning about STEM fields. Contact us to get involved in upcoming visits!