STEM Artemis Week

NASA STEM: Join Artemis Week

NASA’s Office of STEM Engagement is hosting Join Artemis Week as part of its back to school social media efforts beginning September 14 through September 18. Resources and opportunities for students of all ages will be shared each day to inspire them to engage with NASA’s Artemis program. Educator webinars are also scheduled in English and Spanish that will feature Artemis content that align with national STEM education standards. For more information follow @NASASTEM on Twitter or visit: http://stem.nasa.gov

Relevant URLs: 

https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/10-ways-to-join-artemis.pdf

https://stem.nasa.gov/artemis

Additional Details:

OSTEM, as part of our back to school social media campaign has an Artemis focused week where we aim to push content that is all Artemis and how students can engage with us. Since back to school looks very different this year, we developed “Join Artemis Week” which takes place between September 14 to 18 where we are sharing Artemis-focused opportunities for students and educators. Each day features a new opportunity to get involved with Artemis or how to share/educate Artemis. 

Monday, September 14

Join the NASA STEM Engagement & Educator Professional Development Collaborative at Texas State University for two webinars.

SLS, Artemis and Mars 2020 Presented in Spanish at 4:30 p.m. EDT

STEM Resources for the Artemis Generation at 6 p.m. EDT

Tuesday, September 15

On Tues., Sept. 15, at 3:30 p.m. EDTNASA STEM Stars will host a special episode featuring Deputy Certification Manager Dr. Pedro Lopez. Learn about the importance of humans returning to the Moon and how Artemis I will take them there. Dr. Lopez will answer questions about pursuing careers in STEM during this interactive event for students ages 13 and up.

Wednesday, September 16

STEM Next Opportunity Fund Million Girls Moon Shot Release 

  • Social Media Coordination
    • Leverage Women at NASA Videos and Quotes
    • Media Availability
    • Request from CNN- Rachel Crane (Space Reporter)
    • National and Local Press Releases- Released by STEM Next

Thursday, September 17

Artemis Student Challenges are foundational learning opportunities to prepare students, to engage in Artemis-focused challenges that align with mission needs. We want you to be involved! Ever wonder what a good challenge proposal looks like? Watch the conversation on YouTube with the Minority University Research Education Project and the Artemis Student Challenge leads see how you can help shape the future of space exploration!  

*BonusTuesday, September 22

Webinar for NASA’s Museum Alliance Members which will feature the HEO Artemis Toolkit and OSTEM resources.  

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