This exciting, cost free dinner event brings together 30 middle and high school STEM teachers with leading scientists and/or engineers from industry, academia, or government. Teachers have the opportunity to learn about cutting edge research and innovation, find out how to connect the research to the high school classroom, and discover ways to inspire and guide their students toward academic opportunities and STEM careers. Attendees ask questions, network with peers, and interface with the scientist and/or engineer during the informal dinner. Presentation material and videos, as well as supplementary resources related to Bite of Science session topics, are posted on the TEP Lab Bench following all sessions. Videos from the sessions are also posted on CEE's YouTube channel!
Bite of Science Session Series has concluded for the 2015-2016 School Year - See you next year!
** Click Here for a list of past Bite of Science Session Cities and Participants **
COMING IN JUNE 2016 TO NORTHERN VIRGINIA AND RICHMOND:
Exploring the "T" in STEM: Impacts of Technology on Science and Engineering
Middle and high school STEM teachers are invited to attend this interactive, cost-free workshop with STEM professionals to explore how technology has shaped science and engineering research for the 21st Century. Presentation topics will focus on Advances in Technology for Biological Research, Technology Impact on Engineering Design, and Cybersecurity, Technology and the Internet of Things. Learn about cutting-edge research, explore hands-on activities, and network with STEM professionals and fellow teachers.
Continental breakfast included!
CEE actively seeks session speakers, sponsors and hosts for TEP events. To participate as a speaker, or to sponsor or host a TEP event, please contact:
Natasha Schuh-Nuhfer, Ph.D.
Director, Teacher Enrichment Program
Email or (703) 448-9062 ext. 222
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