Meet two STEM Aviators!
Meet two STEM Aviators!
High Altitude Inspiration- Meet the X-STEM All Access Speakers!

X-STEM All Access – presented by AstraZeneca, DoD STEM, and the U.S. Air Force – is a free virtual conference series designed to showcase diversity and inspire students about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.  
Each episode will feature multiple speakers ready to ignite students' curiosity with topics such as environmental engineering, marine biology, shark science, water conservation, neuroscience, superhero science, and more. View the speaker list here! Be on the lookout for new speaker announcements over the coming weeks!
High Altitude Inspiration | April 22

Major Jay Park 


Explore the role of STEM in aviation with a member of the U.S. Air Force! Major Jay Park shares his story of joining the military to inspire the next generation of leaders and aviators.

Captain Barrington Irving 


Hear about Captain Barrington Irving's journey in aviation as the youngest and first Black pilot to fly around the world. Captain Irving shares how his experience has inspired him to give back through his program, The Flying Classroom!

DoD STEM Spotlight Speaker

“If you’re reading this over the internet, you’re using technology developed by the Department of Defense science and technology enterprise,” says Dr. Lei.
Tune into Dr. Lei’s video remarks at X-STEM All Access on April 22nd to learn more about the Department of Defense!
Register Here!

Spark of STEM!

This amazing teacher uses a unique experiment for her lessons on the carbon cycle! Your Spark of STEM for the week is a demo that shows how carbon dioxide is denser than the surrounding air. Becca has her students read an article about Lake Nyos, a volcanic lake that overturned and released dissolved CO2, to expand on this lesson.

Becca is the creator of @sciencethatrocks, a blog dedicated to science teaching tips and resources that have all been tested in her classroom. Are you a secondary science teacher looking for engaging lesson ideas? Insightful classroom tips from a veteran teacher?  Lab how-to's? Then check out @sciencethatrocks

Follow us on our social media accounts below and look out for our weekly posts with videos, photos, and other resources that will spark your attention! Tag us on social media in your own inspiring STEM content and you just might be featured in a future Spark of STEM post!

It's Women's History Month!

Join us for the month of March as we learn about women, past and present, who have made an impact in STEM! Today we highlight Dr. Serena McCallaAs a child growing up in New York City, Serena herself enjoyed participating in science fairs after falling in love with science in elementary school!

In support of encouraging girls to become women that make STEM history, we are aiming to commit space at our virtual SciFest All Access Festival to Girls in STEM! We are dedicated to continuing to use our platform to highlight incredible Women in STEM so that many more generations are inspired to pursue a STEM career!

Follow us on our social media accounts below to learn about Women in STEM throughout the entire month of March!


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