KLRN SciGirls | April 2018 Screening
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Join KLRN SciGirl’s for a sneak peek of SciGirls season 4. Six new bilingual episodes feature Hispanic SciGirls teaming up with adult female STEM professionals to solve STEM challenges, improve their communities, and make new friends. We’ll watch a SciGirls profile of Alma Stephanie, a Metallurgical and Materials Engineer at the NASA Johnson Space Center. Our main feature is episode three of season 4, “Space Squad.” Texas SciGirls Katya, Mariana, Angela and Eloyda are over the moon! Teaming up with NASA materials engineers, they create their own water bottle insulators, bringing space science to life on Earth. We’ll also be joined online by a science specialist ready to answer your questions. Join us!
SciGirls | Opening Video
Alma Stephanie Tapia – Ingeniera en Materiales | Materials Engineer
Alma Stephanie es una Ingeniera Metalúrgica y de Materiales en el NASA Johnson Space Center. – Alma Stephanie is a Metallurgical and Materials Engineer at the NASA Johnson Space Center.
SciGirls | Main Feature
Escuadrón Espacial | Space Squad
¡Katya, Mariana, Angela y Eloyda son unas SciGirls estelares! Al juntar con ingenieras de materiales de NASA, crean cubiertos para sus botellas de agua, trayendo ciencia espacial a la vida a la tierra. — Texas SciGirls Katya, Mariana, Angela and Eloyda are over the moon! Teaming up with NASA materials engineers, they create their own water bottle insulators, bringing space science to life on Earth.
SciGirls | Closing Video
The mission of KLRN is to enrich the lives of people throughout South Central Texas through the power of communication—providing quality programs and services that advance education, art and culture, and community.
- Jennifer Herrera
Jennifer Herrera is the Community & Media Engagement Manager at KLRN and is also an avid crafter who enjoys blending STEM into her work.
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