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Cybersecurity: A Leader’s Perspective From the Field

Zoom

FREE and OPEN to ALL. Junior Academy members, middle and high school students welcome and encouraged to attend. Space is limited. Registration required! REGISTER HERE! Zoom event link sent w/confirmation email.

Featured Speaker: Brian M. Gant, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity and Program Coordinator-UG, John E. Simon School of Business, Maryville University

Dr. Gant is an Assistant Professor & Program Director for undergraduate cybersecurity at Maryville University. He discusses his various roles within the FBI and United States Secret Service, particularly how it correlates directly to cyber/physical security within higher education. He also discusses the current state of cybersecurity and his passion for youth access and opportunity in the cybersecurity realm.

A veteran of both the FBI and the Secret Service with more than 15 years of working knowledge in cybersecurity issues such as domestic and international terrorism, cyber and electronic crime, Gant covers a topic of interest to us all in today's hyperconnected online world.

Science in St. Louis is a public science seminar series partnership program of the The Academy of Science – St. Louis and St. Louis County Library. Science in St. Louis is underwritten in part with support from Boeing and the Employees Community Fund of Boeing St. Louis, sponsoring the full array of Academy STEM Teens programming.

Free

Science in St. Louis Series

Zoom

FREE and OPEN to ALL. Junior Academy members, middle and high school students welcome and encouraged to attend. Space is limited. Registration required! Zoom event link sent w/confirmation email.

More information and registration coming soon!

Science in St. Louis is a public science seminar series partnership program of the The Academy of Science – St. Louis and St. Louis County Library. Science in St. Louis is underwritten in part with support from Boeing and the Employees Community Fund of Boeing St. Louis, sponsoring the full array of Academy STEM Teens programming.

Free

Shuttterbee! Backyard Bee Photography to Improve Conservation Practices

Greater St. Louis Bi-State Region

Your Backyard! St. Louis, MO United States

Feeling shut in? Get out with Shutterbee! in this year-round Community Action science collaboration OPEN to ALL area nature and conservation enthusiasts 12 years and up to document bee diversity and inform conservation strategies in the St. Louis region.

Registration for training and participation in Shutterbee required! Click the event, or the Orange Event Information button, for details on how to participate!

Enjoy some sunshine, learn about your backyard bees, and join a fantastic community of bee enthusiasts! We invite you to help us track bees throughout the St. Louis region by hanging out in your own backyard on days when the weather is warm (>60°F) and partly to mostly sunny between 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. The goals of this project are to understand how landscape features and land management decisions affect bee diversity and behavior.

We need your help to figure it out!

Free