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The annual STEAM conference for Middle School girls will be held on Saturday, January 28, 2023. This event is designed to heighten girls’ interest in STEAM careers and to help them select high school courses that will lead to success in college. The conference features a series of small group workshops led by women whose professions include cardiology, mechanical engineering, coding, veterinary medicine, and many more!

Registration is now open! Registrants will participate in five workshops, with preferences selected from a list of multiple disciplines. The cost to attend is $45, which includes lunch and an additional science-related assembly. Spaces are limited!
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Sycamore is pleased to announce the addition of Meteorologist Lindsey Monroe as the keynote speaker for the upcoming 2023 STEAM Conference for Girls.

Monroe, a graduate of Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology and Climatology with a minor in Telecommunications is a meteorologist and joined the WTHR 13 Weather Team in January 2018. 

She will talk to two sessions of attendees during the midday portion of the event at Sycamore.  

A lifelong Hoosier, she had most recently worked as a meteorologist in Memphis, Tennessee after spending four years forecasting the weather at WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana working as chief meteorologist on the morning show.

Lindsey. originally from Cambridge City, Indiana was honored in 2014 with her first Emmy nomination for weather and was awarded the Indiana Broadcasters Association’s Spectrum Award for Best Weathercast. She also received recognition from the Associated Press for “Outstanding Weather Operation”.

Lindsey became interested in weather by growing up in a drag racing family. She learned early on how to interpret weather instruments and implement the atmospheric conditions into how the car would run. It’s the way the weather has an impact on everything around us that she finds fascinating.

When not forecasting the weather, Lindsey enjoys participating in volunteer and community service efforts. She has been a proud supporter of the Lupus Foundation of America ever since she was diagnosed with lupus in 2004. She has also worked with the Children’s Miracle Network, which raises funds for 170 children’s hospitals across North America.
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