“At Stemnova, we believe science is creative, cross-disciplined, and
community-oriented. By introducing our young students to the world
of STEM and training older, local student leaders on how to bring
programs into their own community, we are able to create a fully
grassroots STEM movement.”
Exploring Climate Change Program teaches students about climate change sustainability from the perspective of cities. With this hands-on curriculum, students will have the opportunity to design their own environmentally conscious cities and communicate with local officials about their findings.
In our 8-week virtual Exploring Covid-19 program, 100 students from 10+ states engaged with professional guest speakers from the frontlines of the pandemic response (Stanford University School of Medicine, MIT, UPenn, and more) on how to tackle global STEM challenges.
Through active collaboration with educators, students, and other professionals, we designed a free, hands-on open-source curriculum for students to learn at their own pace. It includes: 1. Oceanography and Geology, 2. Diseases and Epidemiology, 3. Cell Biology and 4. Astronomy.