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Tuesday, November 10 • 11:20am - 12:30pm
STEM Education and Workforce in Northern New England: Report of the Councils

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This session focuses on the unique opportunities and challenges that different statewide STEM strategies face across four New England states. During this session, attendees will hear from the Maine STEM Council, the Massachusetts STEM Council, the New Hampshire K-12 STEM Task Force, and the Vermont STEM Collaborative. The representative from each state will discuss the role of the Council in their state, metrics to measure success, mechanisms to act in its rule, and the life cycle of these groups. Attendees will benefit from hearing from other state Councils to provide new strategies to implement on their local level and have a deeper understanding of a broader sense of the STEM movement on a regional level. Attendees will also have a greater appreciation for the bigger picture of the overall nature of the politics, policy, leadership, education, and partnerships needed to move this agenda forward.


Doug Banks

Editor-in-Chief, Boston Business Journal


David Allard

Outreach Manager, Office of Governor Gina Raimondo (RI)

Robert Hallowell

Scientist, MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Tom Keller

Executive Director, Maine STEM Council

Allison Scheff Little

Executive Director of STEM, MA Department of Higher Education

Regina Toolin

Associate Professor, University of Vermont

Tuesday November 10, 2015 11:20am - 12:30pm EST
Location TBD
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