New Ecosystems Orientation
The new ecosystems involved in this morning’s Ecosystem Orientation have partnered up with veteran Ecosystems to plan their work together for the future. About 50 STEM leaders spent more than two hours strategizing.
Leaders discussed programs and projects that they could share, including the Chief Science Officer initiative, LabXchange and more.
Please join us in thanking @JerryMoran as a champion of #STEM Efor introducing S. 3636, the Strengthening STEM Ecosystems Act (LINK TO MORAN SITE)
Astronaut. Senator. #STEM Champion. @CaptMarkKelly does it all. Please make sure to thank him for introducing S.3636, the Strengthening STEM Ecosystems Act.(LINK TO KELLY SITE)
Ecosystems developed a plan for their work in the coming year with creative and visual guidance during Draw Your Ecosystems’ Future with Patti Dobrowolski.
Deb Bailey, lead of the Oregon’s Statewide Regional STEM Hub Network, gulped cups of bugs the quickest among Ecosystem peers to win a live bug eating contest hosted by EXPLR Media and Myth Busters host Kari Byron.
The STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice is vigilant in following state and federal guidelines regarding COVID protocols for larger meetings. The SLECoP has worked hard with the host Ecosystem to ensure that there are spaces for all to remain healthy, indoors and out. As always, the SLECoP must make financial commitments for the event to happen and therefore will not be able to issue refunds if you are unable to attend. Thank you so much for your understanding.
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