Next Event: Feb 11, 2015


"It is essential, if we want to continue to reap the benefits of science, to commit as a nation to preparing more young people for extraordinary careers in science."

Carol W. Greider, 2009 Nobel laureate in physiology & medicine

WHAT: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Posters at the Arkansas State Capitol.

STEM Undergraduates from colleges and universities from across the state of Arkansas will talk about their scientific work in layman's terms to elected state officials, the media, the general public, as well as other undergraduates and faculty.

Complete the required fields to submit your poster abstract and presenter information for the capitol event, here.

WHO: Arkansas STEM Undergraduates and state elected officials.

Arkansas State Governor: Governor's webpage
Arkansas State Legislature: General Assembly's Webpage
Find your legislators: Input your home address or your school's address

WHEN: Wednesday, February 11th, 2015 in Little Rock, AR from 9:30AM-12PM in the state capitol rotunda.

WHERE: Posters will be set up in the Arkansas State Capitol rotunda. The capitol is located at 500 Woodlane Street, Little Rock, AR 72201.

Previous Posters at the Capitol events, including poster abstracts, are available here.

For additional information about these events in Arkansas contact:

Patrick Desrochers
Professor of Chemistry
University of Central Arkansas
Conway, AR 72035
ph: (501) 450-5936, email: patrickd@uca.edu