4701 N. Lincoln Blvd. OKC, OK 73105
The Oklahoma Black Museum and Performing Arts Center
Presents: STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art Math) in conjunction with its celebration of Black History. There will be presentations by African American Engineers, Medical Professionals, Educators and Business Owners. We will also have some of our local Universities and Career Tech recruiters on hand as well as presentation from local High Schools to showcase their STEM programs. Also Oklahoma City’s NSBE Chapter (National Society of Black Engineers) will be on hand to help us celebrate National Engineers Week. Most American students do not have a clue what the average scientist and engineer does for a living, or fails to understand it when one explains it to them. This is especially true for African Americans, who have very few people who look like them doing this work. We look forward to a fun and enjoyable evening of STEAM-ing activities for the young as well as the old. We will also educate our guests on the many early African American Inventors and their contribution to this great country we call America. We hope to see you on February 23, 2016 from 6:00-8pm at the Ralph Ellison Library 2000 NE 23 OKC, OK. Sponsored by Rose State College Engineering & Science Department.
For more information contact Michael Garrison at 405-401-7851 email: firstname.lastname@example.org