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STEMinist Archives

High School girls listening to a lecture

May 1, 2020

Why can you never trust atoms? Because they make up everything! Hope that STEM (dad?) joke gave you a little chuckle to kick-start your weekend. Check out more content to keep those STEM wheels turning all week.
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Honeybee on a flower

April 24, 2020

How are you doing? Holding up ok in this age of quarantine? We hope so! This week we've got more virtual STEM content to help keep you going while at home.
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Cover of the New York Times from the first Earth Day

April 17, 2020

While most events are still canceled, we all know that nature isn't, so thankfully we can still celebrate Earth Day next week on April 22nd !
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Student speaking on stage to a group of other students

April 10, 2020

Yes, we are still social distancing but we can also continue to be distantly social. Check out this week's lineup of activities and opportunities to connect and keep your STEM learning fresh.
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Historic photo of female NASA engineer

April 3, 2020

Does social distancing find you stir-crazy? Check out a few fun STEM-powered resources to help you stay busy and entertained from the comfort of your couch!
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Entrance to the Comcast Technology Center

March 2020

While we are all learning how to cope with the changes in our everyday lives surrounding the COVID-19 global pandemic, please know that we are thinking of you during this challenging time. We will also be providing additional ways to continue your STEM learning virtually while schools are closed and everyone practices social distancing. Stay tuned, stay safe, and stay healthy!
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Students listening to an instructor at the national aquarium in front of a display tank

February 2020

STEM Day at The National Aquarium in Baltimore - At the National Aquarium on February 1, students made some new sea friends and visited exhibits on sea turtle rescue, rain forest, and sharks.
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Female students working on a science experiment

January 2020

STEM Innovation Leadership Academy 2020: Applications Now Open! In case you haven't heard, applications for this summer's STEM Innovation Leadership Academies are now open.
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Students assisting with the Lincoln Park ZooLights exhibition

December 2019

STEM Day at Chicago's Lincoln Park ZooLights - On December 8, students enjoyed some holiday cheer at an Exelon STEM Day at Chicago’s Lincoln Park ZooLights, of which ComEd is a sponsor.
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STEM Academy alumnae Kennedy Cheek and Maya Savoy with Steve Solomon, President of the Exelon Foundation

November 2019

United Nations Women HeForShe Event Includes STEM Alumnae in Panel- Last month, STEM Academy alumnae Kennedy Cheek and Maya Savoy had a unique opportunity to join Steve Solomon, President of the Exelon Foundation, for a panel discussion about the STEM Innovation Leadership Academy
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Students at Exelon's Innovation Expo

October 2019

Members of the winning team from this summer's STEM Innovation Leadership Academy at the University of Maryland were featured at Exelon’s Innovation Expo on Oct. 10 in Washington, D.C.
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Female students in canoes on River Action Day

September 2019

The Exelon Foundation brings you STEMinist, an e-newsletter highlighting recent STEM activities, info on upcoming STEM events, internship opportunities, and other interesting stories. Enjoy and keep an eye on your inbox for future editions!
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