Mayim Bialik Keynote Topics
The Big Bang Theory: Making Science Cool (& Funny)
In this motivational speech, one of the protagonists of the hit series "The Big Bang Theory", Mayim Bialik or Amy Farrah Fowler in the series, will explain the reasons why the series became a mass phenomenon, concluding after 12 successful seasons.
Bialik, the only actress in the cast of the series who had scientific studies (bachelor's and doctorate in neuroscience) will tell audiences how they managed to get people to learn scientific concepts and theory from their living room, while laughing and watching the series on television. This concept of series so different from the rest enchanted the public and turned science into a "trending topic" of social networks, an incredible event to date.
Girling Up: How to Be Strong, Smart and Spectacular
Based on her best-selling book that became number 1 in the New York Times and that bears the same name, this motivational speech by Mayim Bialik tells her vision and experience of the various factors that affect a girl in her various stages of growth and how these they influence your personality, your intelligence and your confidence. Along with her experience and studies in neuroscience, she details some tools that girls can use to empower themselves, to be strong, intelligent and fantastic.
The Importance of STEM Advocacy in Education
In this conference, neuroscience PhD Mayim Bialik, will tell us about the main differences that exist between traditional education and STEM education in order to be aware of how each one affects students and their future personality and abilities. An advocate for STEM Education, Bialik will empower audiences in this fascinating educational speech.
In this conference, the famous actress from The Big Bang Theory and Blossom Mayim Bialik, will tell us everything there is to know about her religion, Judaism. Many do not know that Mayim is Jewish and strictly follows its laws, declaring herself a "firm Zionist". She was raised as a reformist but after studying Judaism she became an Orthodox Jew.