Continuing Education

Girls' Engineering Math Science (GEMS) Conference

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We are excited to invite our middle school girls and their parents, teachers, community leaders, and successful professional women all together, in an effort to boost knowledge and interest in various disciplines of math, science, and engineering. Our unique program will allow girls ages 11 to 14 to choose various hands-on workshops. We want for our girls to establish new connections and friendships. 

Parents! Don't forget about our parent program. This year featuring an informative presentation on youth vaping and College Prep 101.

Keynote Speaker Spotlight: 
Tanzania Sewell is an electrical engineer with a passion for both developing technology that impacts the world around us and empowering the next generation of STEM leaders. She holds a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from MSOE and a M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Marquette University. As an instructor at MSOE, she merges her 7+ year career in the medical device sector with theory to create learning experiences meant to engage, ignite and inspire. In addition to her work within the University classroom, Tanzania is the founder and executive director of Beyond STEM. Beyond STEM is a K-12 serving organization on a mission to “ensure the next generation of tech creators matches it consumers.” As someone who defies traditional stereotypes, Tanzania is committed to being a role model that not that not only inspires, but gets inspired by the talent, curiosity and potential of the generations to come.

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