Kentucky Science Speakers Bureau
Our 3700 + members cover all parts of the state and all fields of science & engineering. Many of them are willing to share their work with their fellow Kentuckians.
Photo: KAS member Dr. Jorge Ortega Moody at Ashland Community and Technical College’s Idea Fest in 2017 (credit: Ashland Community and Technical College)
How does it work?
If you are a KAS member we welcome you to sign up as a member of the Speakers Bureau. Visitors to our site can browse and search, but your contact information will not be displayed. You can tell us the topics and for what kind of audiences you’d like to be available.
You can search the Speakers Bureau to find an expert near you. Each speaker has indicated their field of expertise, location, and their preferred audience size. Please note this as you search. KAS does not make promises about availability. Once we connect you, it will be up to you to arrange details with your speaker.
Would you like to request a speaker? Send us a request! (or did you not find what you were looking for? Send us a request and we’ll see if we can help)
Check out an example of a similar program in Washington, D.C.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) coordinates Volunteers for STEM: