The Connecticut STEM Conference is a forum for educators to engage in discussion and contribute to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education. Last year, the conference drew over 400 teachers, administrators, and educational policymakers interested in engaging young people in STEM.
This year’s conference will be Monday, October 16, at the Connecticut Science Center in Hartford.
The day will begin with a welcome address by Gregory S. Woodward, President, University of Hartford. The keynote speaker is Dr. Linda K. Barry, Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Connecticut Medical School. Barry serves as the Assistant Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Connecticut Institute for Clinical and Translational Science as well as Director of the Young Innovative Investigative Program. The conference will include over two-dozen workshop sessions by regional educators, a “Hidden Figures” panel discussion, town hall, and exhibitors.
Registration is open! Visit www.hartford.edu/ctstemconf to register now.
The Connecticut STEM Conference is an initiative of the University of Hartford’s Institute for Translational Research in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions. The Conference is planned in partnership with Bloomfield, Hartford, and West Hartford Public Schools and the Connecticut Science Center.