OUR TEAM & PANEL

LaMar "Mr. QUE" Queen

Music Notes

Melissa Orquiza

Disney Studio Music Composer

SUNDAY "For Community"

A Celebration of Past, Present, and Future
in Honor of Black History Month

Organizers & Community Fellows

February 19 - 21, 2016

Day 1, Friday 19, 2016, 3:15 PM until 9:30 PM

(Student check-in from 2:30pm-3:15pm)

Science of Sound and Hip-Hop

 

Day 2, Saturday 20, 2016, 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM

(Student check-in from 8:30am-9:00am)

Coding Hackathon

 

Day 3, Sunday 21, 2016, 1:00 PM until 5:30 PM

Pathway to STEM Parent Panel

&

Presentation and Demonstration: A Celebration of Past, Present, and Future in Honor of Black History Month

 

(Student wrap-up and preparations for presentations, 1:00pm-2:45pm,

followed by student demonstrations & presentations, 3:00pm-5:30pm)

 

We Welcome the Community to Experience

our Students' Innovations on Day 3!

 

 

 

WEEKEND FOR SCIENCE AND HIPHOP & CODING HACKATHON

Important Dates

Location

Applications CLOSED

Event Date:  Feb. 19-21, 2016

Phoenix College

1202 W Thomas Rd

Phoenix, AZ 85013

Questions

Turn Up for STEAM Team

Email:  azstrongties@gmail.com

Melissa Orquiza

Disney Studio Music Composer

This is a FREE event for ages 13-18. Apply Early!

Billy Ramsey

BlackPoet Ventures

DJUnknown

ArtistAuditions

Rosario Robinson

Anita Borg Institute (ABI), Director

 

Dr. Danielle Cummings

ABI Black Women in Computing

DoD, CS Researcher

 FRIDAY

SCIENCE TO HIP-HOP

SATURDAY

CODING

Patrice King

Hidden Level Games

Chris Moody

Hidden Level Games

SUNDAY "For Community"

PATHWAY TO STEM PARENT PANELIST

Dr. Yinong Chen

Arizona State University

Senior Lecturer, CS

Rosario Robinson

Anita Borg Institute, Director

Facilitator

Marisa Ostos

Arizona SciTech Festival

Web Master

Marie Torres

President

MRM Construction Services, Inc.

Carl Davenport

Intel, Director

Dr. Arlisa Richardson

Chandler-Gilbert Community College

Physics Faculty

Errol King

Google, Experience Manager

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Loretta Cheeks, Co-Chair

Strong TIES, Founder

ASU CS, Ph. D. Graduate Student

Cynthia Peters, Co-Chair

Retired Parks Manager

ASU Adjunct Professor

A gathering of students, technologist, artist, and problem solvers

for incubating IDEA's and CLOSING the STEM inequality gap.

FREE breakfast, lunch and snacks!

 

FREE swag (gifts)

 

FREE Signature "Pathway to STEM" T-shirt

 

FREE Resources