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STEM Kit Giveaway Day! 7/15/2020

July 13, 2020

Wednesday, July 15th is Baltimore City Recreation and Park’s (BCRP) second STEM Kit giveaway day! Stop by your nearest rec center meal distribution site (see below) to pick up one of five maker kits for your young innovators! These kits, designed by FutureMakers, are appropriate for all ages (children under 7 should work with families). A variety […]

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WISE Student Highlight

May 28, 2020

In fall 2018 and spring 2020, Baltimore City College high school student Abisola took part in the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Program, a research program that offers an opportunity to young motivated high school students in Baltimore City to explore and develop skills in STEM that might otherwise not be available to them. […]

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Help Baltimore City Schools Families

April 9, 2020

A note from the Director of Science, Health, and Physical Education at Baltimore City Public Schools: We have heard from many of you, asking how you can help students in Baltimore get through this difficult time.  BmoreSTEM, in consultation with City Schools, would like to share the following opportunities to help City Schools students: Donate […]

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Noah Cowan, MechE Lecture 4/2/2020

April 2, 2020

Noah Cowan, JHU Professor, will be giving a virtual talk entitled “Neuroscience in The Matrix: Closing the Loop Around the Brain to Understand How It Controls the Body” as part of the Mechanical Engineering Spring Seminar Series. Former Engineering Innovation students will recognize this familiar face! Join on-line via Zoom: https://wse.zoom.us/j/560809286   ——————————————————————— Johns Hopkins University, Department […]

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Middle School Wins JHU Tower of Power

February 21, 2020

As part of Engineers Week, JHU held its annual Tower of Power competition. Students, staff, and community members participated in building spaghetti and marshmallow towers within a 30 minute time limit. Middle School team, Friends School of Baltimore, took home first place with a 67 inch tower.   JHU Tower of Power Placements 1st Place […]

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