On February 6th, STEM@Home returns to offer Cub Scouts the opportunity to work on Nova Awards! Each class will run from 1-3PM, guiding you through the fun and interactive requirements of each award.
Read more about each class and register here: https://scoutingevent.com/082-stemnova
- Meet a real cryptography expert
- Learn statistics with the flip of a coin
- How much does the air in your bedroom weigh?
- Make your own 5e¢ret c0de
- Learn about binary code, and write a message in it
- Use and explore algorithms
- Start coding!
A tremendous thank you to NCAC STEM Nova Counselors, Dr Jason Kralj and Mr. Mark Bruno, for developing and teaching these classes!
Both Dr. Kralj and Mr. Bruno have taught multiple times in STEM@Home during the past year, and we appreciate that they continue to create these opportunities for our cub scouts!
Special thank you as well to Ms. Susan Plano-Faber and Dr. Hatcher Tynes for coordinating guests (cryptology experts) for these presentations!
Finally, if you are a STEM aficionado and can help out as a guest speaker or by teaching a Nova class in a future STEM@Home, we would greatly appreciate this! We are looking for volunteers to lend their expertise for all the Cubs, Scouts BSA and Venturing Novas this spring.
Interested to volunteer but not sure how to get started? Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you.