Students will get a double dose of the popular CJ STEMM Idol Speaker Series on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 22-23, as two professionals present about the future opportunities in the science and engineering fields.
On Monday, CJ welcomes Kayla Ritter from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS). Students in all grades are invited to explore the program’s college, career and co-op opportunities during homeroom periods in room 237.
Then Tuesday, share in the celebration of “Mole Day” and National Chemistry Week with Chris Tabor (pictured right), a research materials chemist with Wright-Patterson Air Force Base AFRL. Tabor, who holds his doctorate from the Georgia Institute of Technology, will demonstrate the plastic solar cells and flat antennas that he works with on a daily basis for the Air Force.
Learn more about these exciting fields and be sure to mark your calendar. The next CJ STEMM Idol Speaker Series presentation is Monday, Oct. 29, and features the University of Dayton Professor Beth Hart!