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HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL - OSEP Director, Kemi Jona, discussed STEM Education in Illinois as part of a panel that included OSEP partners from Motorola Solutions, as well as local superintendents, and leaders of local organizations. U.S. Representative Tammy Duckworth led the discussion that focused on early engagement in STEM education.
The event was covered by Kimberly Pohl of the Daily Herald:
One overarching theme emerged Thursday at a panel discussion on the importance of STEM-based curriculum: Start them young.
Postdoctoral Researcher Dorothée Husson presented current developments on carbon capture and sequestration to a unique audience in August: Chicago-area high school teachers. The two-day Climate Change & Sustainability workshop was one of many projects organized through the Office of STEM Education Partnerships at Northwestern (OSEP), which supports K-12 students and teachers by connecting them with the world-class science, technology, engineering and mathematics resources of Northwestern University.
FUSE Jewelry Design Challenge featured in video about the Chicago Summer of Learning pop-up studio. Check out the youtube video here!
FUSE 3D printing featured in video from Chicago Summer of Learning Open House at STEAM Studio! Check out the youtube video here!
SEOUL - The FUSE high-tech drop-in program went international this summer by setting up a studio at the largest science festival in Korea.
SAMPLING THE CAMPUS IN THEIR OWN BACKYARD
ETHS students spend a day at Northwestern to experience college life up close
By Stephen Anzaldi
EVANSTON, Ill. --- More than 100 Evanston Township High School (ETHS) sophomores and juniors got a close look at college life during Kits 'n' Cats@NU, a daylong college awareness program held at Northwestern University.
ST. LOUIS, MO – OSEP Associate Director, Amy Pratt is co-presenting at the NSTA STEM Forum this week. Charles Cohen, Director of the Sustainability Education Program at Siemens Building Technologies Division, and Darlene Peterson, the Marketing Manager for the Sustainability Education Program at Siemens Building Technologies Division were the co-presenters for the talk, titled Innovation and Collaboration in STEM Education: industry-university partnerships to enhance teacher professional development.