Speakers Bureau teacher teaching high school students.

Speakers Bureau

We send our STEM expert faculty to your classroom to inspire tomorrow's leaders.

Inspiring Young Minds About STEM

Our mission is to capitalize on the unique talents of the Rose-Hulman community to inspire high school students to pursue a future in STEM. To do this, we want to build strong relationships with area high school teachers and bring STEM lectures and demonstrations to their classrooms. Most importantly, we hope to inspire young people about science, engineering, and mathematics and help them begin to imagine their full potential. 

Our guest speakers offer active lectures, demonstrations, and lab activities on topics aligned with the Advanced Placement high school curriculum in biology, chemistry, physics, and calculus, and the Project Lead the Way engineering curriculum. Your students will enjoy an exciting and interactive STEM lecture that will spark creativity and fuel their STEM passion!

For more information and to add your school to our schedule, email us at RoseSpeakersBureau@rose-hulman.edu.

Meet our STEM Road Team!

Biology and Biomedical Engineering

Topics include chemistry of life, cell structure and function, cellular energetics, cell communication and cycle, heredity, gene expression and regulation, natural selection, and ecology.

Chemical Engineering

Topics include atomic structure and properties, molecular and iconic compound structure and properties, intermolecular forces and properties, chemical reactions, kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, and acids and bases.

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Topics include atomic structure and properties, molecular and iconic compound structure and properties, intermolecular forces and properties, chemical reactions, kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, and acids and bases.

Computer Science and Software Engineering

Topics include programming, objects, Boolean expressions, if statements, iteration, classes, arrays, primitive types, inheritance and recursion.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Topics include digital electronics, combinational logic, sequential logic, energy, power, control systems, electric circuits, and engineering design.

Mathematics

Topics include limits and continuity, differentiation, integration, differential equations, parametric equation, and infinite sequences and series.

Physics and Optical Engineering

Topics include astronomy, relativity, electrostatics, conductors, capacitors, dielectrics, magnetic fields, and electromagnetism.

 

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