Join us as Dr. David Trowbridge discusses using technology to connect the public with history, art, and science using the Clio App.

National Youth Science Foundation is excited to announce the second installment of the Spring 2021 STEM Seminars! The STEM Seminar Series will feature lectures and Q&A sessions on a variety of STEM topics. Our current series for Spring 2021 will be virtual and feature four speakers focusing on each letter of the STEM acronym. Topics will be appropriate for middle and high school WV students, each seminar will be 1 hour long and feature a short lecture with ample time for Q&A.

The second STEM Seminar will take place April 1, 2021 from 10:00am to 11:00am EST via Zoom. 

Dr. David Trowbridge is an associate professor in the Department of History and director of African and African American Studies at Marshall University. Trowbridge is the author of A History of the United States, and his work has appeared in leading academic journals such as the Journal of American History and the Journal of African American History. In 2016, the Whiting Foundation named Trowbridge as one of eight publicly engaged scholars in the humanities for his work with Clio, a website and mobile application that connects the public to information about nearby historical and cultural sites

Reserve your spot here.