Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, or STEM, has the power to inspire and the power to change the world. But those world-changing opportunities have not consistently reached enough of our learners, and the pathway to careers in STEM has not been fully accessible to all of the talented problem solvers the world needs. Now, with online learning and new digital tools rapidly advancing, educators, learners, job seekers, and industry professionals can help to expand access to STEM education and create a more inclusive and equitable STEM workforce by embracing these new tools, resources, and ways of learning.
Harvard in the Community and LabXchange invite you to join us on November 9 at 2 p.m. for a broad-ranging panel conversation with expert stakeholders about the evolution and impact of STEM education and career pathways, as well as the critical gaps and emerging opportunities that currently exist in the world of STEM.
- Bridget Terry Long, Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education
- Martin West, Academic Dean and Henry Lee Shattuck Professor of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
- Dr. Joseph L. Graves Jr., Professor of Biological Sciences, Department of Biology, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University; Faculty Steering Committee, LabXchange’s Racial Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Science Education Initiative
- Mike Edmondson, Vice President, Global Field Excellence and Commercial, Diversity Inclusion & Belonging, Amgen Black Employee Network
- Amanda Dillingham, Program Director of Science and Biology Teacher, East Boston High School