The STEmmys

The STEmmys

The STEMmys have been created to recognize the contributions of African-American individuals and organizations who are contributing to the promotion of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education among African Americans in the Greater Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky Region. They are intended to shine a bright light on the strides that have and can be achieved through collective work, support and community ownership. We will intentionally illuminate the possibilities that can be cultivated through demonstrated support and responsibility.  The proceeds from the STEMmys will be used to create college scholarships for gifted high school studentts. The event will be held on September 21, 2019 at the Receptions Banquet Hall in Loveland beginning at 5:00pm.

The STEMmys Awards

The STEMmys Awards will be presented in individuals in fifteen categories.  Think you know of someone who is deserving, please submit using the link today.

Wesleigh White Memorial Scholarship Award ($2500)

(apply at https://goo.gl/forms/DwuwMGpyyk2GNwh22)

This award is presented to an African-American student who is completing  high school in Spring, 2020 and planning to pursue a career in STEM. 

Engineer of the Year (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/I3KxeobErWkgEB4G3)

A highly experienced engineer who has made significant discoveries, made important advances in engineering and is acknowledged as a leader of large engineering initiatives.

Faculty Member of the Year (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/1vQ4SbRHWDwgEykc2)  

Nominee is a collegiate faculty member who has demonstrated a strong commitment to preserving superior engineering, scientific and technical education programs.

K-12 Educator of the Year (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/DPlZYLyQvm7XUWyU2)

Nominee is a K-12 educator who has demonstrated a strong commitment to preserving superior engineering, scientific and technical education programs.

Applied Scientist of the Year (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/Jp8PTmjWjfpik9W62)

A highly experienced applied scientist who has made significant discoveries, made important advances in mathematics or science and is acknowledged as a leader of large STEM initiatives.

Healthcare Professional of the Year (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/fA1Pxl5r0DVqgxhP2)

A highly experienced healthcare professional who has made significant discoveries, made important advances in engineering and is acknowledged as a leader of large health care initiatives.

Corporate Award (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/7oB2L9WITPHV24De2)

This company is an innovator in the delivery of benefits to under-represented communities through corporate largess. The corporation makes major commitments to provide technology tools and educational services for minority youth and adults and to put budgetary backbone into community development efforts.

STEM Lifetime Achievement Award (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/O2T2m3MJ8DalBeUu2)

This award is presented to a STEM professional who, during their lifetimes, has made significant contributions of outstanding significance to the STEM fields. The committee will look at the body of work produced by the nominee and its impact on society as well as their community impact on the region as a role model for others.

Technologist of the Year (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/uCxPw0WA0F5b8sz32)

A highly experienced computer scientist or information technologist who has made advances in industry and who has made significant technical contributions to the community.  

Community Organization (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/NAGBow3ZE9SMASaC2)

This award will be presented to an organization that has demonstrated leadership in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) communities through their work and contributions.

Rising Star (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/iWlURUpXSJdgcwuQ2)

This nominee must be a STEM professional, in the early years of his or her career, who demonstrates tremendous potential for future technical contributions.

Entrepreneur of the Year (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/V5CEraY6jHmU1RH93)

This nominee owns 50 percent or more of a thriving, minority-owned scientific, engineering, or technical company, or a significant percentage of a majority firm, with strong financial growth.

Graduate Student of the Year (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/qdWn7TwRJavybRFs1)

This nominee must be a graduate student in a STEM-related program who demonstrates tremendous potential for future technical contributions.

Advocate of the Year (apply at https://goo.gl/forms/q04Lm6tyB5MQAzJp2)

This nominee is someone who is not currently working in a traditional STEM environment but who, nonetheless, has made contributions to the overall advancement of STEM within the community.