The Color Of Stem | Television Series
Allison Seymour, Washington DC’s Award Winning Morning News Anchor hosts The Color of STEM series. The series is an...
Allison Seymour, Washington DC’s Award Winning Morning News Anchor hosts The Color of STEM series. The series is an informative magazine formatted profile series featuring STEM personalities and STEM careers. The Color of STEM will also showcase those organizations and government agencies that support and encourage our nation’s youth in science and engineering careers.
The series can be seen nationally and internationally including the Caribbean, Canada and the United Kingdom. The Color of STEM is available on our digital platform and mobile devices. The series will also be carried by a number of Science Centers across the country.
Our mission is to produce, promote and distribute informative content on multiple platforms that inspires and encourages our nations youth in the area of Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM)… It is also vital that we encourage our youth starting from K -12 to pursue careers in STEM by celebrating science the same way we celebrate Hollywood celebrities, professional athletes and entertainers..
"Becoming a Project STEM 2016 Partner will help us construct the Electronic Bridge for the Future History Makers of Tomorrow.”
- Curt Simmons -
- Dr. Frederic Bertley, Senior Vice President of Science and Education at the renowned Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. He also founded and directs the Color of Science™ program, which highlights the fantastic contributions of women and persons of color in modern day science and engineering.
- Our “Getting It Done Segment”: … Captain Barrington Irving and his crew launched a 9-week exploration around the world that included expeditions across North America, Asia and the South Pacific.
- Dr. Christopher Emdin: Associate Director of the Institute for Urban Science Education at Teachers College Columbia University, teaching Hip Hop Science and currently serving as Minorities in Energy Ambassador for the U.S. Department of Energy and the STEM Ambassador for the Department of State.
- Project STEM 2016 Group and The Color of STEM
- P.O. Box 75731
- Washington DC 20013