Declaration of STEAM18

 From left to right: Michael Ross, Chief Executive Officer of Pasadena Center Operating Company (PCOC), Dianne Philibosian, Board Member of PCOC, Joan Aarestad, Project Manager, STEAM18, and Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek  

From left to right: Michael Ross, Chief Executive Officer of Pasadena Center Operating Company (PCOC), Dianne Philibosian, Board Member of PCOC, Joan Aarestad, Project Manager, STEAM18, and Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek  

On December 29, Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek issued a proclamation declaring 2018 to be the Year of STEAM in Pasadena, Calif.  

The mission of STEAM Pasadena is to inspire a sense of wonder for science, art and space exploration in Pasadena.

In 2018, the entire city and its institutions will embark on a year of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM). The initiative will promote activities, events and curriculum that will allow their audiences to discover the world and the world of space exploration inspired by the 2018 COSPAR (Committee on Space Research) scientific assembly.

Pasadena is a premiere center of science, technology, engineering, art and math innovation with world renowned institutions dedicated to the pursuit and sharing of knowledge.

Pasadena is a premiere center of science, technology, engineering, art and math innovation with world-renowned institutions dedicated to the pursuit and sharing of knowledge!

In 2018, the entire city and its institutions will embark on a year of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM).

    Gordon K. Squires, Caltech/IPAC astronome (Center), talking about Pasadena’s rich history of Astronomy at the Live On Green STEAM 2018 Panel Discussion after the declaration presented to Pasadena STEAM by Mayor Tornek. Also in this image from L to R: Dianne Philibosian, Board Member, PCOC, Joan Aarestad, STEAM18 Project Manager, Nick Smith, with the Pasadena City Library, and Katie Brandon with the Pasadena Museum of History

 

Gordon K. Squires, Caltech/IPAC astronome (Center), talking about Pasadena’s rich history of Astronomy at the Live On Green STEAM 2018 Panel Discussion after the declaration presented to Pasadena STEAM by Mayor Tornek. Also in this image from L to R: Dianne Philibosian, Board Member, PCOC, Joan Aarestad, STEAM18 Project Manager, Nick Smith, with the Pasadena City Library, and Katie Brandon with the Pasadena Museum of History