Preparing Students for 21st Century STEM Careers and Citizenship - September 20, 2013
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Penn State Berks
Educators face a significant challenge in preparing students to live and work in a world that will be dominated by STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) jobs. Part of the challenge is getting students interested in STEM careers. Another part of the challenge is preparing students with the knowledge and skills to succeed in STEM careers.
This conference will provide teachers, school administrators, business leaders, and college faculty with an understanding of new and innovative ways to prepare students for 21st century STEM careers.
Dr. Thomas Emrick, Executive Director, Smithsonian Science Education Center
Learn more about the Mission, History and Vision of the Smithsonian Science Education Center »
Michael Robinson, Ph.D. candidate in Mechanical Enginerring, Penn State University
Michael is an innovator in the use of robots to engage students. He is the creator of Frugal Bot and SERGY.
View a video about the SERGY Robot »
Panel presentations by leaders from public education and industry
$30 per person which includes break refreshments, lunch, and handout materials. The cost will be $25 per person for teams of 5 or more from one school or organization.
To register Print and Complete the Registration Form (PDF)
Return form by fax or mail along with a billing authorization on letterhead stationary.