2024 January Newsletter!

Newsletters and Posts

Internships for STEM

To aid in high school students’ search for programs to apply to and expand their interests in various STEM fields, we published a series of Instagram posts showcasing diverse internship opportunities and experiences.
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September Newsletter

The September 2023 issue includes a recap of our second STEAM Week webinar series, an in-depth tutorial on drawing in Java with the Turtle class, and upcoming scholarship opportunities.
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July Newsletter

The July 2023 issue includes information on our open team applications, an advice column on the process of learning to code, resources for getting started in niche fields like game development or data science, as well as several current scholarship opportunities.
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June Newsletter

The June 2022 issue provides information on our team applications, a fun code-breaking logical puzzle, a coding activity in Python regarding password generation, and many scholarship opportunities.
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Summer Experiments

To encourage scientific interest and discovery amongst our community, we release a series of Instagram posts on conducting experiments on electromagnetic waves, air pressure, geothermal energy, parabolic reflectors, etc!
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AAPI Women in STEM

In honor of AAPI Heritage Month, we created and released a series of posts celebrating AAPI women in STEM, sharing their research in areas of physics, mathematics, biology, and computer science, awards, and contributions to the STEM world.
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Back To School Tips

As the school year's beginning may seem daunting to many students, we created a series of back to school tips including advice on personal health and staying safe, helpful online resources or browser extensions, and vital study habits.
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STEM College Spotlights

We published a series of Instagram posts on perhaps lesser known, yet still incredibly renowned STEM colleges, highlighting information on the schools themselves and departments within the colleges.
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A Cup of STEAM Coffee

A Cup of STEAM Coffee is an post series dedicated to informing our local and international community on “orders” for STEAM careers; we detail what numerous people do in their fields of work including aerospace engineers, animators, statisticians, medical illustrators, and more!
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Women's History Month Series

In celebration of WHM, we released a series of Instagram posts thanking pioneering female scientists and mathematicians, like Rosalind Franklin and Emmy Noether.
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January 2022 Newsletter

Our New Year Recap issue includes features of some of our largest events, mini-games, scholarship opportunities, and more.
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event highlight: STEAM WEEK

Last winter Superposition Fremont hosted STEAM Week, a 5-day event full of workshops, accomplished guest speakers, and opportunities for the community to gain valuable exposure in any STEAM field! Our event was created to represent every STEAM subject on a certain day: Monday Science, Tuesday Technology, Wednesday Engineering, Thursday Art, and Friday Math. Gaining a total of 200+ registrants and 40+ participants per day, we are glad to say STEAM Week was a success! Watch our recordings here.

event highlight: Terris Challenge

In August 2021, Superposition Fremont held its first international STEM challenge, which had 300+ sign-ups from 20+ locations ranging from all over the United States, India, Korea, UK, Brazil, UAE, Czech Republic, and more. Our team raised $1500, hosted 12 workshops, had mentors and college panelists from top universities, had judges from Google and more, and secured 15 sponsors to have this incredibly successful STEM-athon! Check out our challenge website here.

event highlight: STEAM Week 2023

From August 21st to the 25th, Superposition Fremont held its second STEAM Week webinar series. Over the course of five days, 7 accomplished speakers were hosted and gave incredible talks on the following topics: research in Biological Sciences, Data Visualization, Computer Science, Bioastronautics, Contemporary Art, Feminism, and Science History, Applied Mathematics, and Combinatorics for both middle school and high school students locally and internationally.

Throughout the week, over 85 students were able to interact with Assistant Professors, PhD students, and experts in their field to gain further insight in transformative STEAM fields. STEAM Week was a rewarding experience for both speakers and participants, and our organization truly appreciates every speaker who prepared both extensive and appealing graphics, activities, and answered numerous questions.

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