STEM at the museum


On Wednesday, October 15, Ed and I will be spending the morning at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. It’s a great museum, and I always love going there, but that day holds an especially cool event. It’s called the STEM Career Showcase for Students with Disabilities. (If you don’t know what STEM is, it stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Math).

We have a fun morning planned. We’ll have middle-school and high-school students with disabilities joining us. They’ll hear a group of amazing speakers, watch a game show of college students, and interact with a panel of STEM professionals with disabilities who are there to share how they achieved professional success.

On-site registration is already closed, but you can participate from anywhere in the world. We’ll be livestreaming the entire event. So listen in and feel free to submit questions! You might even see me; I’ll be the gorgeous dog at Ed’s side.

Learn more about the event and tune in to the live webcast at

We look forward to having you join us!

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Willie the Seeing Eye Dog

SAS Accessibility and Applied Assistive Technology

Willie the Seeing Eye dog has been part of the SAS Accessibility and Applied Assistive Technology team for four years. He helps Software Development Manager Ed Summers get around SAS Corporate Headquarters without breaking his neck. He plans to blog about his many adventures with Ed as they work to ensure that users of all abilities can succeed using SAS software.

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