NSTA is excited to announce the transition of its 2020 STEM Forum & Expo, previously scheduled July 22–24 in Louisville, Kentucky, to a one-of-a-kind virtual STEM event, taking place July 27–30.
NSTA’s STEM Forum & Expo Virtual will feature an engaging array of sessions, panels, and presentations focused on the latest developments and insights on the most important topics and issues affecting the STEM education community today.
Each day of the four-day event will concentrate on a different grade level:
- July 27—early childhood– and upper elementary–level educators and administrators
- July 28—middle level educators and administrators
- July 29—high school–level educators and administrators
- July 30—postsecondary-level educators and administrators
Astronaut Mike Massimino will kick off each day with a message of support and encouragement for attendees. The Forum will also have a virtual exhibit hall, several networking opportunities, and special events, including the Elementary STEM Showcase and the Robot Roundup. More specific scheduling will be available on June 8 and registration will open in mid-June.
This reimagined event, although different in format from any previous NSTA conference, promises exciting prospects both familiar and innovative. We look forward to welcoming you to NSTA’s STEM Forum & Expo Virtual in July!
Registration will open in mid-June.
STEM Forum & Expo Steering Committee Chair
Youth Programs Manager
Denver Zoological Foundation
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