Each year that STEM Expo has been the official California State Science Fair affiliate, Placer County students have come home with awards. We are very proud to list them here!
- Heather Halog (6th Grade): Honorable Mention- Mammalian Biology
- Kirsten Jilot (6th Grade): 3rd Place - Microbiology (General)
- Henry Low (11th Grade): 2nd Place - Behavioral and Social Sciences
STEM Expo 6 had reporters and crews from three video news services visit our event.
We were able to find online recordings for two of the crews and they are listed below:
CBS Good Day Sacramento:
Segment 1: gooddaysacramento.cbslocal.com/video/3369413-steam-event
Segment 2: gooddaysacramento.cbslocal.com/video/3369434-steam-event-pt-2
STEM Expo 6 was a huge success!
With 209 student projects from 350+ student participants who represented over 40 schools, and 40 interactive exhibits and activities from local organizations, companies, and school and youth stem clubs, STEM Expo 6 was a fantastic event!
By: Deleste Magda
Nearly fifty Auburn area students competed at last weekend’s STEM Expo held in Rocklin. Eight of those students ended up winning top awards in four of the seven judged categories – some that are unique to STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathamatics) Expo’s innovative science fair.
Read full Auburn Journal article here
STEM Expo 5 is excited to announce a new sponsor and subsequent prize for the First Place winning Science Fiction writer (6-8th Grade level).
The California Writing Project (CWP) is a statewide professional learning network that serves teachers of writing at all grade levels, pre-K through university, and in all subjects. Because writing matters for success in the school and university, in the community and workplace, the CWP has a central mission - to improve student writing and learning by improving the teaching of writing.
Printbot founder-owner Brook Drumm and Auburn robotics expert Brian Roe are set to serve as co-host on the Science Channel’s newest TV show “All-American Makers.”
The program premieres at 7 p.m. Wednesday on a channel that reaches over 75 million U.S. households. Discovery Communications is giving “All-American Makers” a six-show run and could re-up for more episodes if the “Shark Tank”-meets-“How It’s Made” formula catches on with audiences.
On Jan. 20, 2014, Forbes magazine named Divya Nag the youngest person on its list of “30 Under 30” brightest stars in science and health care.
Catherine Colella , one of the winner's at the 2014 Placer County Stem Expo used her winning JetBlue Ticket to meet legendary NASA flight director Gene Kranz and tour Purdue University Engineering facilities.
To read the full article, click here: www.jconline.com/story/news/college/2014/09/24/apollo-flight-director-speak-purdue/16189957/