Aloha and welcome to the IMS2017 STEM Student and Teacher Experience where Teaching Experiences INSPIRE ... Students ASPIRE!  Ishii IMS2017 uMag STEM 1 IMS STEM logo credit-none

Thursday, 8 June 2017
Location: Hawai‘i Convention Center, Exhibit Hall
Time: 7:00-15:00

Program Overview:

The IMS2017 STEM Experience for Student and Teachers is a one-day event conceived to dovetail with the 2017 International Microwave Symposium. The goal of the 2017 program is to introduce a diverse and highly motivated group of middle and high school students and teachers to the world of microwave engineering. A carefully structured range of intensive STEM experiences has been designed to demonstrate how science and engineering can help address major technological and social challenges confronting our society. The event will include inspirational talks by technical speakers, tours of IMS sponsor exhibits, and participation in a unique set of exciting, motivating STEM-related experiences. Click here to view the STEM Experience schedule.

 

 

Program Objectives:

  1. Introduce middle and high school students and teachers to microwave engineering and technology through a STEM-focused "day at a conference" experience.
  2. Create student and teacher experiences that demonstrate how science and engineering can help address major technological and social challenges confronting our society.
  3. Provide engaging experiences, such as a tour of the exhibition floor, including high school and middle school participant exhibits, hands-on activities, and impactful interactions with technical speakers and professionals attending the conference.
  4. Help teachers understand the applications, skill sets, and personal traits needed to empower their students to succeed as future members of an advanced STEM workforce.

 

Hands-On Exhibits:

The IMS2017 STEM Program will feature some of the most exciting and innovative hands-on exhibits from within the State of Hawai'i:

  • The Sandbox Augmented Reality display from Oceanit.
  • 3D Immersive Data Visualization from University of Hawai‘i Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications (LAVA) Lab.

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Target Audience:

  • Middle School Students and Teachers: Fifteen teams of two teachers and six middle school students from across the State of Hawai‘i.
  • High School STEM Project Exhibitors and Their Teachers: Ten high school student participants and their teachers will be invited to exhibit a STEM project which exemplifies excellence and innovation in STEM.
  • The program is also open to Middle and High School Students Traveling With IMS2017 Attendees. Space is limited. If you are interested, please email the STEM committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Requirements:

All participants must submit a parental release form. Participants must be able to commit a full day to the planned activities. A selection committee will choose participants based on the information provided on the application form submitted by their teachers.

Click here for the Consent Release Form

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 Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

IMS2017 STEM Chair: Cheryl Sato Ishii, Co-Chairs: Derek Ah Yo and Reyn Mukai


STEM Major Sponsor:

 Ferritte Microwave Technologies

 

STEM Contributing Sponsor:

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STEM Supporter:

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