September 26, 2017
Summit to focus on STEM education research, best practices, resources
The Office of Engagement in partnership with the College of Education will be hosting the National STEM Education Research and Practice Summit on Oct. 16-17 in Stewart Center.
This event is designed as a forum for STEM education researchers, as well as those enacting best practices in STEM education K-20, to come together and share their collective knowledge and experiences.
The summit will start with an opening reception at 6 p.m. Oct. 16. The second day of the conference will begin at 9 a.m. with sessions running until 4 p.m.
There are three strands in the National STEM Education Research and Practice Summit:
Strand 1: STEM Education Research.
Strand 2: Best practice in K-20 STEM Education.
Strand 3: Resources for STEM Education.
Registration and a full list of sessions are available online. For more information, contact Kaitlin Floyd at firstname.lastname@example.org.