Join us on Monday, January 17 for our annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration day, reimagined into a virtual event for all guests to enjoy for free.
Note: MLK Day programming will be offered virtually and the Science Center's building will be closed. Event content links will be live at 10 a.m. on Monday, January 17.
Panel Discussion: NASA Glenn Research Center and the Cleveland Foundation: Bridging Cleveland's Digital Divide
We are proud to host a virtual Panel Discussion with NASA’s Mary Lobo, director of Technology Incubation and Innovation, and Leon Wilson, Chief of Digital Innovation and Chief Information Officer at the Cleveland Foundation. Our guest speakers will discuss the efforts to bridge the Digital Divide in Cleveland, and how the knowledge gained from this endeavor may someday bring Wi-Fi to the moon. Read more about NASA’s current efforts on this project here.
NASA Artemis Team Introduction
Meet members of the NASA Artemis Team as they introduce themselves in a series of short videos. This group is the most diverse team of astronauts ever selected. Half of this team are women and half are people of color. All of them will help us shape our future.
National Society of Black Engineers Discussion
We welcome Reggie Glossett, Mechanical Engineer with Turner Constructions and NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) jr2 STEMulates Advisor as he and his colleagues share about the inspiring work that NSBE is conducting with the youth in our communities.
Blast off with your family as we present “Lift-Off,” a high-flying science show that demonstrates the forces needed to launch a rocket into space.