Science, Technology, Engineering
and Math Expo
May 21, 2011 @ the Harlem Armory
About this Event: A one day expo, designed
for youth and their families, featuring Science, Technology,
Engineering and Math (STEM) interactive activities and demonstrations.
Additionally, public school students (Pre-K-Grade 12) exhibit
their own STEM projects. From their experience, it is hoped
that students are inspired to take action: to get excited
about their science and math classes, sign up for STEM programs,
pursue a STEM college education, or talk with a new mentor.
The event was held in partnership between Manhattan’s
Community School District 5 and Morningside Area Alliance.
SUPER SATURDAY! STEM Expo
Over 1,200 children and adults came to the SUPER SATURDAY!
STEM Expo 2011 on May 21 at the Harlem Armory.
What did the people say?
"Everything was very interactive and the children
enjoyed the activities … Filled with tons of information
you can use as ideas for getting children interested in
math and science."
"This is the penultimate science exhibit for grade
school students featuring medicine, mathematics, science
"Fun-filled enthusiastic teachers and students
who love science … I truly believe it’s important
to put more money and resources in science. It will help
improve science in our schools."
"STEM Expo 2011 really explodes the future of
science and math for the 21st century."
"A very interactive, fun, fun, super-fun experience."