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May 22, 2014

JASON Live is proud to announce our STEM Career Role Model series schedule for January through June, 2014! We have an exciting and diverse mix of scientists and engineers coming your way. Save these dates and be sure to connect with these fascinating role models LIVE!

All events begin at 1:30pm Eastern unless otherwise noted.

January 16
Jason Osborne
Neurobiological Instrument & Systems Designer

January 23
Nina Davuluri
Miss America 2014, STEM Education Advocate

January 30
James Bryant
Electrical Engineer & Consultant

February 6
Mike Brennan
Archaeologist & Oceanographer, JASON Argonaut Alumni (1997)

February 13
Dan Norton
Video Game Designer, Filament Games

February 20
Diane Stanitski
Climatologist, "Climate: Seas of Change" curriculum Host Researcher

February 27
Lisa Jones
Shark Biologist

March 6
Paul Gignac
Paleobiologist, JASON Argonaut Alumni (1997)

March 13
Walter Smith
Geophysicist, "Tectonic Fury" curriculum Host Researcher

March 20 - 1:30pm & 4:30pm EDT
Tony Castilleja, Jr.
Mechanical Engineer, Boeing

March 27
Patricia MacQueen
Volcanologist & Geophysicist

April 3 - 1:30pm & 6:30pm EDT
Mona Behl
Climate Change Specialist

May 1
Beth McCabe
Global Creative Technology Lead, Google

May 15
Denise Akob
Microbiologist

May 29
Larry Feinberg
Biotech Engineer

June 12
Tristy Vick
Ecologist

 

November 18, 2013

Forget the holidays -- 'tis the season for JASON Live! Our plate is stuffed in November when we connect with NOAA coral reef scientists Kevin Lino and Roberto Venegas, followed by professional-amateur paleontologists Jason Osborne and Aaron Alford from PaleoQuest. Then we wrap up an exciting 2013 in December with a trio of female explorers: engineers Anna Michel and Clara Smart (both part of the Nautilus Corps of Exploration!) and explorer/author Lorie Karnath (former president of the Explorer's Club!). Tune in and help us celebrate the season...STEM style!  

 

October 14, 2013

Our fall live event series is in full swing with five exciting October events! We start off the month with "Careers in Renewable Energy" on October 3rd, featuring electrical engineer Kathleen O'Brien and 5 other career role models. Then we connect with Mike Biddle on October 17th. Mike is a chemical engineer, entrepreneur, and recycling pioneer. Our second group of JASON Argonauts reports in from E/V Nautilus on October 19th. We'll learn all about industrial engineering from Irina Dolinskaya on October 24th, and then continue our conversation with geochemist (and former JASON Argonaut!) Katie Inderbitzen on Halloween, October 31st.

We hope you're able to be there -- LIVE! -- for all of this month's exciting opportunites.

 

August 01, 2013

Live from the Caribbean Sea! JASON Student and Educator National Argonauts answer your questions about living and exploring aboard E/V Nautilus during a live, interactive webcast at 5pm Eastern on August 16, 2013. Argonauts participating in the webcast will include Erica Fontenot, Catherine Gale, Ankush Joshi, Jacques Jougla, Dejon King, Ryan Sweat and CB Wren. Check out the live event landing page for more details!

 

May 14, 2013

We're thrilled to announce three more STEM Career Q&A live event dates for the spring season: Shree Bose, on May 23, Roderick MacLeod on May 30, and Atsuhiro Muto on June 13. Learn more about these fascinating individuals on their event pages, and use the question submission form to pre-submit questions, comments and videos you'd like us to share with these role models during the live Q&A sessions.

May 10, 2013

Save the date! We'll be launching our new STEM Role Model series with E/V Nautilus research scientist and marine geologist Nicole Raineault on May 17 at 1:30pm Eastern. You can read all about her and pre-submit questions for the live event on the event page. Use the link below to get started!

May 10, 2013

JASON Learning is thrilled to announce that our live events series is back in action, now with a renewed focus on STEM careers and role models. We'll be reaching out to our network of scientists, engineers and others working in STEM fields to connect them with you and your students for interactive events where we'll learn about their career paths. We'll be posting info on specific role models and events on an ongoing basis. Be sure to check back on this page -- or follow us on Facebook and Twitter -- for the latest news and updates.

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