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    The 2020 Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching & Learning Conference, set to take place January 31, 2020, in Savannah, Georgia, has been cancelled.

The purpose of the Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching & Learning Conference is to authentically engage student-centered, instructional best practices where students learn to think critically to address local, regional, national and global challenges in STEM courses across Georgia’s institutions of higher education. It will provide space for showcasing and discussing the work that is happening to advance STEM teaching and learning. Participants are invited from all USG and Southeast regional colleges and universities, private higher education institutions, research institutions, and K-12 schools.

Planning Committee:

  • Kania Greer
  • Lisa Millsaps
  • Mary Thaler

Presentation Formats:

  • Workshops
  • Research Presentations
  • Poster Sessions

About the i2STEMe Institute:

The mission of the College of Education STEM Institute is to provide professional development, engage in community outreach, and seek external funding to promote STEM teaching and learning and both formal and informal educational settings.

 

Last updated: 1/9/2020