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Women Working on Mars: Get Involved in Robotics!

February 24, 2005 at 10 a.m. PST and 3 p.m. PST

The archive of the webcast
'Women Working on Mars: Get Involved in Robotics!'
is temporarily unavailable while we add closed captioning.

Ever wonder what it's like to work in robotics? Or how young people can get involved at an early age? Just tune in for the "Get Involved in Robotics!" webcast to learn more!

Imagine Mars: 'Women Working on Mars: Get Involved in Robotics!' webcast

Students will see and hear from a diverse group of girls and women involved in science and engineering at four different stages from elementary school to full-time employment as an engineer. The 40-minute production will highlight an inside look at how you can get involved at robotics at any age. A live audience and e-mail link will provide many questions for the panelists - you can even email in your own questions and have them answered live during the show.

Ashley Stroupe
Ashley Stroupe
Technical Lead, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Following the shows, log on to our live web chat and ask your questions directly of women roboticists working at NASA!

Go to Robotics Education Project website.


Dr. Ashley Stroupe and three students involved in robotics.

How do I participate?

Get RealPlayer: Please download the free RealPlayer well in advance of the webcast.

Test RealPlayer: After installing the RealPlayer, test your connection by viewing an archive of the 2001 Odyssey webcast.

If you have difficulties viewing the test, please refer to Real's service and support page.

Come back here on February 24, 2005 at 10 a.m. PST and 3 p.m. PST to watch this webcast!

Don't forget to tune into the online chat after the webcast to ask questions and chat with NASA engineers:
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