The STEM Center at Henderson State University hosted the Reddie STEM Girls’ Conference Nov. 30 for students in grades 9-12.
Participants attended a variety of hands-on learning sessions led by women in STEM careers ranging from biology and engineering to technology and coding.
Reddie Ambassadors also provided campus tours for the students.
The STEM Center’s mission is to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education to P-16 teachers by providing research and standards-based professional development, curriculum alignment assistance, and assessment support for mathematics and science teachers.
The center also hosts a variety of STEM-related camps and events for public school students.