August 16, 2017: 4-5 pm EST Register

The Army Education Outreach Program, or AEOP, is the Army’s platform for advancing STEM education and literacy through STEM experiences, internships and competitions. From solar car competitions to bringing teachers into military research facilities, the program is very broad. More than 31,000 participants benefited from AEOP just last year.

For the Army, that’s not enough. They aim for it to grow 68,000 participants by 2025. To get there, the AEOP consortium is reaching out to new partners. Hear from a few of these new partners and learn how your organization might join.

Presenting on the goals of AEOP outreach
Dr. Stephanie Johnson is also the Project Manager for Battelle’s work with the Army Educational Outreach Program. She aims to make the world a better place, especially for kids and those in need. Stephanie earned a Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education from The Ohio State University and later earned her Master’s in Public Health and Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of California.

Representing AEOP outreach partners
Katia Grigoriants is the Strategic Partnerships Manager for the DC STEM Network and the Carnegie Academy for Science Education. Through the DC STEM Network, she works to increase access to high quality STEM learning opportunities for students in the District of Columbia. As a Strategic Outreach Partner of AEOP, the DC STEM Network launched communications and outreach initiatives to broaden participation in the GEMS, eCYBERMISSION, UNITE, and RESET programs.

Dr. Sue Kane has served as the Executive Director for the Apple STEM Network for the last two years, in Wenatchee Washington. She earned bachelor of science at the University of Colorado in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology and a PhD in Infectious Disease and Immunology at South Dakota State University. Dr. Kane has been teaching and mentoring undergraduate research scientists for the last decade in higher education.

Jill Lansing is the Assistant Vice Chancellor for the Education Pipeline at the State University of New York where she provides leadership for the Empire State STEM Learning Network. Empire STEM is a statewide collaborative of educators and business & industry partners working together to advance STEM teaching and learning in New York. SUNY and Empire STEM are proud to have been named strategic partners with Battelle and the Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) to broaden participation in eCYBERMISSION and all of AEOP’s excellent programs and initiatives that engage students across the country in STEM.

Pete Phillips has 18+ years of professional experience including classroom teacher, staff development, technology program management, technology education instruction, and director of technology for 29 school districts. Currently helping teachers make the “Shift” to integrate technology into all subject areas.

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