The Global STEM Education Center
Join us in our journey to provide Global STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) 21st century Education and to increase participation in STEM disciplines by all students to meet the needs of an innovation-driven globally competitive workforce!
Our 4th Annual Symposium on Global STEM Education was held on Friday, May 12 at Harvard University. Thank you for making it a great success! Stay tuned for the report and for more information about our next Symposium at Harvard!
The Third Annual Global STEM Education Symposium was held at and co-sponsored by Harvard Graduate School of Education on Friday, May 6th, 2016. Our keynotes: Alan November, November Learning and Dr. Maria Uhle, NSF Program Director for International Activities; the US representative to the Belmont Forum and the current Chair, of the Executive Committee, Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI). Please, find more information in the press-release and the Symposium proceedings.THANK YOU for your participation and making the Symposium a great success!
Hope seeing you at our sessions on Global STEM Education at the upcoming conferences ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education) International Forum, BLC (Building Learning Community), MassCUE (ISTE Affiliate), MA STEM Summit, ACFL (American Council for Teaching Foreign Languages) Convention, MASS/MASC, Global Education Forum in Philadelphia and at our next Annual Global Education Symposium at Harvard next Spring 2018!
Please find here some quotes from the 2015 symposium at Harvard: Global STEM Quotes.
The keynote by Dr. Richard Miller, President, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering delivered at our Second Annual Symposium held at Harvard University on May 29, 2015 can be found here. The second keynote delivered by Tony Wagner can be found here.
Learn more about our joint event with Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical School sponsored by NESDEC on May 29th, 2015. Check out our presentations at ISTE in Philadelphia on Monday, June 29th!
Thank you to all participants at our session at BLC (Building Learning Community) in July, 2016!
Thank you for joining our sessions at the Global Education Forum in Philadelphia and at Massachusetts STEM Summit in Worcester, MA and at MASS/MASC Conference in Hyannis, MA and at ASEE International Colloquium on Global Engineering Workforce at URI. Hope you have also attended our latest presentations at the Materials Research Society Conference in Boston and at the American Council on Foreign Languages Conference in November! Thank you for attending to our latest presentations at CoSN/METAA and at MassCUE Leadership Conference! Hope you will also join our on-going on-line discussions on global education!