STEM Ambassadors Provide Enlightenment to Children’s World’s Fair Visitors
Members of the Louisiana chapter of Dow STEM Ambassadors welcome visitors to the Children’s World’s Fair at the Louisiana Children’s Museum.
Exploration was the name of the game at the Children’s World’s Fair at the Louisiana Children’s Museum, where Dow STEM Ambassadors led a number of engaging activities for the many visitors.
Robot demonstrations, making silly putty out of household ingredients and using liquid nitrogen to create ice cream were just some of the experiences offered by members of the Louisiana chapter of STEM Ambassadors, a network of Dow employees dedicated to building public awareness and excitement around STEM fields.
Dow STEM Ambassador Courtney Kokser helps visitors to the Children’s World’s Fair gain a better understanding of science.
It was the 17th annual Children’s World’s Fair, but the first time Dow was the event sponsor. The fair featured entertainment, literature, clothing and crafts from countries around the world, offering a way for children to broaden their horizons without leaving town.
"The Children's World's Fair provides children with an appreciation of what is unique and universal to the customs of our global community -- making our big world seem just a little smaller," Julia Bland, CEO of the Louisiana Children's Museum, said in a press release.
For more information about the fair and the Louisiana Children's Museum, go to www.lcm.org.
Making silly putty out of household ingredients, watching robot demonstrations, and using liquid nitrogen to create ice cream were among the highlights of the Children’s World’s Fair.