We’ve been busy! Here’s a brief rundown of upcoming ad recent events!

December 10

Pop Warner Super Bowl and Cheer/Dance National Championship!
Disney’s Wide World of Sports, FL

The Science Cheerleaders will be participating in the Pop Warner Super Bowl, leading science cheers, engaging cheerleaders and football players in citizen science, and thanking these scholar athletes for participating in the NASA Asteroid Initiative!

 

 

November 16

Science Cheerleader HilarySociety for Neuroscience (SfN) Annual Meeting
Washington, DC
Science Cheerleader Hilary will be giving a poster session presentation at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

 

 

November 15

ECAST/NASA Asteroid initiative
Boston Museum of Science
Boston, MA

Join 100  participants for “Informing NASA’s Asteroid Initiative: A Citizen Forum,”  an in-person deliberation at the Museum of Science in Boston as NASA invites the public to learn about and weigh in on its Asteroid Initiative.

 

 

November 13

Leadership Learning Partners Charter School Discovery Night
Philadelphia, PA
Science Cheerleaders Angela and Beverly will be talking with students and parents about science careers and getting people involved in citizen science.

 

November 12

Diamond Scholars Induction
Hammond High School
Columbia, MD
Science Cheerleaders Margaret and Janel will be on hand to cheer on the induction of Hammond High School’s Diamond Scholars.

 

 

 

November 8

Expert and Citizen Assessment of Science and Technology (ECAST)/NASA Asteroid initiative
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ
Science Cheerleader Samantha will join about 100 other participants for “Informing NASA’s Asteroid Initiative: A Citizen Forum,”  an in-person deliberation at Arizona State University, as NASA invites the public to learn about and weigh in on its Asteroid Initiative.

 

 

 

November 4

Tech-Ed Day
Garden City, NY
Science Cheerleader Christine will be talking with visitors at the Cradle of Aviation Tech-Ed Day about science careers and citizen science!

 

 

November 1

Discovery Days at AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
Science Cheerleader and our sister site, SciStarter, will have a booth at this culminating event for the Bay Area Science Festival to talk about women in STEM, citizen science and NASA’s Asteroid Initiative.

October 13

Science at the Bulls
Chicago, IL
Science Cheerleader Tracy and several teams of  Pop Warner cheerleaders performed prior to the Chicago Bulls game and then shared information about citizen science and NASA’s Asteroid Initiative!

 

 

October 9

Photo Credit: Bob Carr

National Student Day
Sacramento, CA
Science Cheerleader Wendy led some folks in  NASA’s Asteroid Initiative!

 

 

September 27

STEM in Sports Expo at Phoenix Convention Center
Phoenix, AZ
Science Cheerleaders Catie and Emily taught Expo attendees about women in STEM, citizen science, and NASA’s Asteroid Initiative!

 

September 26

Drexel Dance Team Performance at Phillies Game
Philadelphia, PA
Thank you, Drexel University cheerleaders for participating in “Informing NASA’s Asteroid Initiative: A Citizen Forum” while at the Philadelphia Phillies game!
 

 

September 25

Pop Warner Team Participation in NASA Asteroid Initiative
Wilmington, NC
The parents and coaches for the Coastal Pee Wee Bengals in Wilmington, NC, joined in NASA’s Asteroid Initiative.

 

 

 

September 13

Women in Space
Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum
Washington, DC
Science Cheerleaders Lauren, Margaret, Stephanie, and Tynesha interacted with attendees of NASA’s “Women in Aviation and Space Heritage Family Days,” promoting NASA’s Asteroid Initiative.

 

Girl Scouts Super STEM Expo
Atlanta, GA
Partnering with the Atlanta Science Festival, Science Cheerleaders Kristin, Mimi, and Zenobia joined the Girl Scouts of America at their annual Super STEM Expo at the North Atlanta Trade Center. The Science Cheerleaders helped promote the Science Festival and engage scouts and their leaders in citizen science, including NASA’s Asteroid Initiative!
 

 

 

 

 

 

 August 30

Dragon*Con Parade
Downtown Atlanta, GA
Science Cheerleaders Brandi, Desiree, Jessica T, and Kristin joined the annual Dragon*Con Parade in downtown Atlanta. They marched with other citizen science evangelists including Pamela Gay from CosmoQuest, and the Free Thought Society.

 

North Texas Pop Warner Cheerleading Meeting
North Dallas, TX
Science Cheerleader Jessica M talked with Pop Warner Cheerleaders from three different Dallas-area squads about careers in STEM and led the parents through our NASA public participation activity.
 

 

August 28

Port Reading Saints Pop Warner Game
Port Reading, NJ
Parents from the Port Reading Saints joined in the NASA Asteroid Initiative!

 

August 27

New York Giants “Unofficials” Practice
New York, NY
The New York Giants “Unofficials” Cheerleaders participated in our NASA Asteroid Initiative during one of their practices!

 

 

 

August 13

Broward County School District STEM Kickoff
Davie, FL
Science Cheerleader Kristin helped Broward County science teachers kick off their school year by leading them through our citizen participation texting activity.

 

 

 

August 6

Charlotte Mint Hill Library
Charlotte, NC
Science Cheerleader Carey talked to kids at the Mint Hill Library about our NASA Asteroid Initiative got them cheering for science!

 

 

 

August 2

Caroline Cougars Family Fun Day
Ridgely, MD
Science Cheerleader Stephanie kicked off our NASA Asteroid Initiative, talking to kids from the Pop Warner Caroline Cougars team about science and engineering careers and introducing parents to this citizen participation activity.

 

 

 

August 1

NFL Cheerleaders Alumni Reunion
Atlanta, GA
Science Cheerleaders Sandra and Felecia appeared at the NFL Cheerleader Alumni Reunion and introduced the cheerleaders to our NASA Asteroid Initiative!

 

 

 

June 8

Howard County STEM Festival
Columbia, MD
Science Cheerleader and nurse anesthetist Rachel visited the Howard County STEM Festival, where she participated in the “Meet the STEM Professionals” event and led citizen science activities.

 

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