When:Tuesday, July 7, 6 p.m. PDT (9 p.m. EDT)
Where:Online (registered participants will receive a link via email)
Target Audience:General Audience
NASA is more than astronauts, scientists and engineers. We are writers, artists, directors, designers and even accountants working together to break barriers to achieve what might seem impossible.
At NASA, we’re exploring questions for which we don’t necessarily have answers – yet. Some of the best ideas come not from traditional research methods, but from the intersection of arts and sciences. From creative problem solving for engineering to translating the complex stories of NASA science, artists have always been an integral part of the agency's voice.
This discussion, lead by JPL social media producer Shannon Forrey, will explore where art naturally fits into STEM topics and how to encourage creative brains to pursue careers within traditionally STEM heavy organizations.
Registered participants will receive a link in their email to join the webinar on Zoom.
This free webinar is offered through the NASA Endeavor STEM Teaching Certificate Project at U.S. Satellite Laboratory. For more information, visit the Endeavor homepage.