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August 17, 2023: Women in Science Day, Mystic Aquarium, Mystic, Connecticut 

September 15-16, 2023: Women's Environmental Leadership Summit, presented by the Center for Environmental Justice, Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum.  Presenting the two part workshop I Was A Kid: Diversifying Environmental Spaces Through STEAM 

October 27, 2023: National Science Teachers Association annual meeting, Kansas City, Missouri. Presenting the workshop Visual Storytelling: Comics in the Classroom for Learning and Sharing Your Own Science Stories

November 6, 2023: Connecticut Science Teachers Association STEMTASTIC series, virtual 

December 11-15, 2023: American Geophysical Union fall meeting, Moscone Center, San Francisco, California. Town Hall panel. Information and other presentations to come. 

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Coming in fall 2023: I Was A Kid and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution at the Cape Cod Children's Museum. 

 

 

New capsule: Nautilus Live/Ocean Exploration Trust. See it here

Thank you to Connecticut Sea Grant, the Connecticut Department of Economic Development, and Cigna for awarding development funds to I Was A Kid to provide materials to Connecticut teachers. Watch for this in 2023!

 

The National Writing Project and Weir Farm National Historic Site partnered with I Was A Kid to create a webinar about science notebooks based on the notebooks of Angelica Patterson, George Matsumoto, Melinda Martinez, and Anna Michel -- and featured a live interview with Bridget Ye. Watch it here.   

October 14, 2022, I Was A Kid was the center of presentations to Norwalk Public School Children as part of KC 2022 at Stepping Stones museum in Norwalk, Connecticut. Press release here.

Exploring By the Seat of Your Pants is partnering with I Was a Kid to create live video events about our profilees. Tune in for the live event, and afterward on their YouTube channel or on I Was a Kid’s profile pages. 

 

Founded and directed by National Geographic Explorer Joe Grabowski, EBTSOYP follows scientists as they go about their business from their home labs to extreme locations in the field. In these 45-minute videos, the stars share the excitement of the work they’re doing, and answer kids’ questions and comments. What a great opportunity to inspire — and I Was a Kid is thrilled to be part of it. 

 

Find out more about EBTSOYP here: exploringbytheseat.com

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