Category: College/Campus News
Published: Mar 8 2017 12:00AM
Join your colleagues for the third annual STEAM event! STEM and Humanities faculty are invited to have a collaborative discussion on a topic of global concern and to generate ideas for teaching. This year we will focus on the urgently important issue of water.
STEAMed: Exploring the Intersection between Global Humanities and STEM through Water
Friday, March 31
2 to 4 p.m., BE 151
Bioscience Education Center, Germantown Campus
We will enjoy:<ul><li>Opening remarks by Dr. Sanjay Rai and Provost Margaret Latimer</li<li>Displays of student art based on the theme of water</li><li>Excellent classroom resources provided by the Pulitzer Center, and Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities </li><li>Participation by the STEM Education Student Club</li><li>Hosting STEAM colleagues from NOVA </li><li>Refreshments and time to network with colleagues.</li></ul> Register through MC Learns. For more information, contact Rita Kranidis (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Carol Moore (email@example.com).
This event fulfills the multicultural diversity training requirement.
- 2017 FLYER STEAMED.docx