September 27, 2017

National STEM Education Research and Practice Summit set

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue’s Office of Engagement, in partnership with the university’s College of Education, will host the National STEM Education Research and Practice Summit in mid-October. 

The summit will be held in Stewart Center on Oct. 16-17.

Nationally there has been incredible progress in the areas of STEM and STEM education over the past decade. This event is designed as a forum for STEM education researchers, as well as those enacting best practice in STEM education K-20 to come together and share their collective knowledge and experiences.

The summit will start with a 6 p.m. opening reception on Oct. 16. The second day of the conference will begin at 9:00 a.m., with sessions running until 4 p.m. (EST)

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.         

To register please visit: 

For a full list of sessions please visit:

For additional information please contact: Kaitlin Floyd

Contact: Kaitlin Floyd,

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