July 5, 2019
Images from the 2019 STEM it UP! conference at Clemson University. A total of 14 agriscience teachers from various high schools, representing 10 states attended the conference to learn STEM principles related to the floriculture industry. They are seen here with their STEM messages.
Fourteen agriscience teachers from 10 states gather for the first-ever STEM it UP! conference at Clemson University.
Willow Klein from Warrensburg-Latham HS in Mount Pulaski, IL says “Floriculture is in full bloom at Clemson.”
Susan Hilleary from Fauquier HS in Marshall, VA, says “Who knew flowers had so much STEM?”
Stephanie Zimmer from Altamont HS in Brownstown, IL, says “STEM it Up!”
Ramon Quiroga from Gadsden HS in Chamberino, NM says “STEM it UP! Learning how to facilitate.”
Olivia Haigler from Watauga HS in Pineola, NC says “It’s been STEM-ulating to learn with everyone!”
Lindsey Saxton from Lake Forest HS in Camden-Wyoming, DE says “STEM it Up! Sorry about the heat gun, Dr. Fravel!”
Lauren Frances from Naperville North HS in Waterman, IL says “STEMming it UP! at Clemson!”
Cliff Collins of Heard County HS in Roopville, GA, asks “Dr. Fravel, is it an Open Circuit?”
Danielle Rushing from North Stanly HS in Oakboro, NC, says “STEM it UP! #floriculture #microgreens @Clemson”
Jenny Allen from Newton HS in Newton, NJ, says “Science that fuels agricultural learning!”
Jessica Heritage from Phillipsburg HS in Phillipsburg, NJ, says “It’ll be hard to leave all this STEM!”
Carolyn Lauritzen of the Anderson Institute of Technology in Anderson, SC says “I believe in the idea of STEMing it up in agriculture!”
Ashley Thoron of Trenton Middle and High School in Trenton, FL, says “STEMing Up horticulture curriculum! Floral inquiry in full bloom!”
Amanda Kacal of Katy, Texas, says “STEM it UP! #Botrytiswine & #microgreen #Electrifying Time!”
Catherine DiBenedetto of Clemson, Andrew Thoron of the University of Florida and Natalie Ferand of the University of Florida spent the first-ever STEM it UP! conference, “STEMing it UP with an outstanding group of agriscience teachers!”
Participants say Thank you! to everyone who helped make this year’s STEM it UP! conference a success.
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