by Wes Hall, Director of STEMx
Today, we’re excited to relaunch the STEMx Scoop, our monthly newsletter highlighting grants, conferences, and other important developments in STEM. (If you didn’t receive this first issue, sign up here). One big change to the format: We’re opening up submissions to anyone who completes this simple form to share upcoming events: STEMx Scoop 2.0 submissions Submissions were previously limited to STEMx members. Instead of that benefit, members will now receive special edition of the scoop highlighting important grants for STEM.
For this first issue of the new Scoop, we’d like to highlight a simple but important opportunity for you to meet the leaders of STEMx states.
In July, the state STEM leaders who make up the membership of STEMx will gather at the NSTA STEM Forum. They’ll present a variety of strategies; sharing their expertise as leaders in policy, practice, and STEM advocacy. Registration for the NSTA STEM Forum is still open, though rooms are expected to fill soon. We’ve included the STEMx presentations at the event below, visit NSTA’s site to register.
STEMx presentations at the NSTA STEM Forum
|Thursday, July 25 8:00 AM|
|Featured Panel (STEMx): The Federal STEM Plan: A Starting Point for State STEM Initiatives
Now more than ever, the innovative capacity and global competitiveness of the United States depends on an effective and inclusive STEM education ecosystem. But what does an effective ecosystem look like and how do we get students involved in STEM from under-represented populations? Join panelists from leadership of state STEM networks to explore how the federal plan provides starting points for STEM stakeholders at all levels to support student learning.
Moderator: Regina Schofield, Director of Corporate Engagement & Education Outreach, Battelle
|Friday, July 26 8:00 AM|
| Featured Panel (STEMx): The Federal STEM Plan: A Starting Point for State STEM Initiatives
Moderator: Wes Hall, Executive Director, STEMx at Battelle
|10:30-11:30 AM – STEMx Session Presentations|
|California||Strength in Numbers – Building an Effective STEM Network Ecosystem (Vince Stewart, vstewart@ChildrenNow.org)|
|Tennessee||Recognizing Excellent STEM Teaching through Micro-credentials (Brandi Stroecker, STROECKER@battelle.org)|
|Arkansas||Statewide Strategy for Advancing Computer Science for All (Anthony Owen, Anthony.Owen@arkansas.gov)|
|12:00-1:00 PM – STEMx Session Presentations|
|New York||Preparing the STEM Workforce for the Future: Strategies for Engaging Stakeholders to Expand STEM Careers (Jill Lansing, Jill.Lansing@suny.edu )|
|Florida||Building Statewide STEM Leadership Capacity (Kathleen Schofield, firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|California||Ensuring Equity & Access in STEM for All (Vince Stewart, vstewart@ChildrenNow.org)|