I am giving an overview of our Esri education site license to the humanities department at a STEM university. Most have not used ArcGIS at all but I want to show them an idea of things they can do. I was thinking of showing them a demo of creation of a story map of local relevance. Any other ideas?
I would suggest trying to find some data that is relevant to that particular STEM university and making a story map based on analysis that you create using that data.
Say for example you are presenting at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.
Do a story map of the different areas where some of their students/staff have received research grants and showing the parts of the county or world involved.
Make it personal to the university.
Here is a recent professional development activity I conducted, syllabus, with links throughout; you could choose from some of these maps and apps. They are designed to help faculty realize that these tools are engaging, relevant, and cool! https://community.esri.com/community/education/blog/2020/02/19/a-model-professional-development-work...