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Join us for a Members-Only lunch, networking, and conversation with Michigan Public Service Commission Chairman Sally Talberg.  If you are not an AWE member, please sign-up on our website (www.advancingwomeninenergy.org)!

Location: Lansing Brewing Company 518 East Shiawassee Street Lansing, MI. | Start: 7/17/2018 11:30:00 AM End:
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Rewards-based crowdfunding on sites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo have become a key way for some Austin-based startups to get a foothold in their market and to earn customers from the get-go.  And equity-based crowdfunding is also legal in Texas since 2015 and nationwide. That allows companies to sell part of their company to individual investors and those investors can be anyone.  Now companies are even raising money through Initial Coin Offerings or ICOs for blockchain and cryptocurrency fundraising.  In this lunch and learn session, Ryan Rafols, founder, and CEO of Newchip, a platform that aggregates crowdfunding deals from more than 20 sites, will give us details on what is involved in equity-based crowdfunding. Newchip also recently started aggregating cryptocurrency and blockchain deals too. And Laura Lorek, founder, and publisher of Silicon Hills News, will give tips on what it takes to run a successful rewards-based crowdfunding deal. She has completed three successful crowdfunding projects on Kickstarter, launching the Ideas to Invoices podcast, the annual Austin Technology Calendar and seven editions of a 32-page print magazine. 

Location: Galvanize - Austin 119 Nueces St Austin, TX. | Start: 7/31/2018 12:00:00 PM End:
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This isn’t about music; it’s about geology! Students use microscopes and magnifying loupes to discover the main types of rocks, model the rock cycle, and perform a series of tests to unearth a mystery mineral. For ages 9 -12. Registration required. This program is funded by the Friends for the Public Library.

Location: Ernie Pyle Library 900 Girard Boulevard Southeast Albuquerque, NM. | Start: 7/17/2018 10:30:00 AM End: 7/17/2018 11:30:00 AM
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The city of Temecula is holding a STEM( Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program that invites middle school girls in the Temecula Valley to come together to listen to individuals who are already active in a STEM career and what they experience in their day to day work; as well as participate in numerous STEM activities. The purpose of this program is in hopes of raising awareness and encouraging female students to pursue a career in STEM. This event takes place over the course of 3 weeks: July 16th, 9:30am-12pm July 17th, 9:30am-12pm July 23rd, 9:30am-12pm July 24th, 9:30am-12pm July 30th, 9:30am-12pm July 31st, 9:30am-12pm Join us for this exciting event… Enjoy hands on activities Guest Speaker from a STEM field! Prizes!!! Team competitions End of program showcase For ages 11-14 (middles school girls) Location: Temecula Valley Entrepreneur Exchange Building 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula  For more information contact Charles Walker and Julianne Stopani: Charles Walker: (951) 694-6468 Charles.Walker@cityoftemecula.org Julianne.stopani@temeculaca.gov

Location: Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange 43200 Business Park Drive Temecula, CA. | Start: 7/17/2018 9:00:00 AM End:
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Lasers! They transmit information in fiber optics, put on pretty light shows, allow you to direct attention and play with your cat, but they can also help make and create! Meet the Glowforge: a table/counter-top sized device that now brings laser cutting into the home and other places previously thought too small or otherwise inaccessible for such technology.  Where a 3D printer is an additive technology, laser cutting & engraving is a subtractive technology, and in many cases much faster than 3D printing. Get to see first hand a Glowforge in action, learn the difference between bitmaps and vectors, and create a design that may be selected to be cut during the session. FAQs: Q: Who should attend? A: Teachers, school administrators, school IT staff, craft people Q: Do I need any previous experience? A: No experience necessary/ Q: Do I need to bring anything? A: No devices required. Q: What do I have to do? A: This event is a presentation where you mostly sit and receive information, although there may be some audience participation opportunities. Questions are always welcome. Q: Am I required to purchase any apps or programs to participate? A: The supporting apps and programs are either free to download or  web-based. Some may require signing up for free accounts. Q: Are you selling or marketing specific brands? A: We do not have exclusive relationships with any particular brand, but believe in looking for best fit when it comes to technology selection. Q: Is there free WiFi available? A: There is complimentary WiFi for all presentation and workshop participants.

Location: Technology WIN! 3439 Brook Crossing Drive Brandon, FL. | Start: 7/17/2018 6:30:00 PM End:
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10:30-12:00 pm Proper PetsLearn how the exotic pet trade works and the consequences of removing wild animals from their habitats. Meet our ambassador animals up close and discover their importance in fighting the illegal pet trade. Learn how to recognize what animals are proper pets versus those that belong in the wild. Hear first hand how animal care providers look after both wild and domestic animals at the zoo. Finally, assist in the proper care for a pet on zoo grounds. Afterward, extend the learning by participating in pet bingo while exploring the zoo.             Daisies: 3 Cheers for Animals            Brownies: A World of Girls             Juniors: Animal Habitats            Cadettes: Media

Location: Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden 1545 Mesker Park Drive Evansville, IN. | Start: 9/15/2018 10:30:00 AM End:
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Join us July 17 for candid conversations on how the U.S. government can best prepare for a new era in national security and the key role emerging technologies play in bolstering U.S. security. What does next-gen warfare look like? And how can today's national security officials safeguard the homeland while keeping an eye toward the threats coming next? We'll discuss artificial intelligence, automation, security, defense vs. offensive cyber capabilities and how to best protect critical infrastructure with leaders from the Defense Department, Homeland Security Department, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, FBI, CIA, Defense Intelligence Agency, U.S. Cyber Command, Justice Department, and more!

Location: National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Building 4301 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA. | Start: 7/17/2018 8:00:00 AM End:
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Research Symposium 2018Balancing Act: Food, Water, Energy, Climate Friday, Nov. 1, 2018Kellogg Hotel & Conference CenterMichigan State University Over the past four years, the symposium has been a major success drawing 300 attendees from at least six different colleges within MSU along with a significant number of participants from other universities, government, private sector, and general public. Our theme for the 6th annual symposium is Balancing Act: Food, Water, Energy, Climate. Our vision for the event is to bring together multiple communities on campus that are working on different aspects of the urban environment to share their experiences and identify collaborative opportunities.

Location: Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center 219 S. Harrison Road East Lansing, MI. | Start: 11/1/2018 8:00:00 AM End:
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The space program created a new group or team—Astronauts. Their selection was very stringent and discerning. We will look at each of the men of the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs and their unique contributions.

Location: Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum 500 Northeast Captain Michael King Smith Way McMinnville, OR. | Start: 7/31/2018 2:00:00 PM End: 7/31/2018 3:30:00 PM
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Foldscoping is highly addictive, and you could get "smitten with science". Have you ever wondered what is in a drop of pond or ocean water? What the inside of a worm looks like? What dust is made of? What pollen looks like? What other questions do you have about the microscopic world? Foldscope is a paper microscope that you assemble yourself. Designed to be inexpensive, durable, and to give optical quality similar to conventional research microscopes, Foldscope brings hands-on microscopy to new places! Registration is required. This program is limited to 20 Teens per library. Program Requirement: Teens need to bring along a smart phone. Teens are encouraged to bring along interesting items that they wish to look at thru the microscope. Teen programs are designed for those in grades 6 thru 12.

Location: Eastern Branch, Monmouth County Library System, Shrewsbury 1001 New Jersey 35 Shrewsbury, NJ. | Start: 7/31/2018 6:30:00 PM End: 7/31/2018 8:00:00 PM
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