Mark your calendar (May 28-29, 2013) for the 7th Annual ETSU STEM Education Conference
We extend a special invitation for you to attend the 7th Annual ETSU STEM Education Conference at East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, scheduled on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28-29, 2013. The conference will begin with lunch on May 28 and end on May 29 at 2:30pm. Registration will be from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. on May 28. The conference will be held in the Millennium Centre, across the street from ETSU. The conference theme will address the climate of "STEM Education in Our State and Nation". More information will be posted about the conference agenda and the registration process within the next few weeks.
The conference attracts an interesting mix of individuals, all of whom have a special interest in STEM education. The conference typically draws between 200 and 250 participants, consisting of math and science teachers, COE faculty, STEM faculty, business and corporate leaders, policy makers, members of the state board of education, school administrators, parents, community leaders, etc. We hope that you will be able to participate. Even though we will be able to provide meals during the conference, each participant will be responsible for travel and lodging expenses.
For out-of-town attendees, we have reserved a limited number of rooms at the Carnegie Hotel, which is adjacent to the conference center. You may reserve a room by calling the hotel at (423)979-6400 or 1-866-757-8277 and requesting the state rate of $92.00 per night plus applicable state and local taxes of $13.34 totaling ($105.34). To receive the state rate, please indicate that you will be attending the STEM conference.
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NSF GRANT & ETSU:
UBM-Group:Collaborative Research on the Arthropod Way of Life (CRAWL): Interdisciplinary Training in Mathematical Biology
PI: Darrell Moore
Co-PIs:Thomas Jones, Karl Joplin, Michele Joyner, Edith Seier
Grant Total: $229,000
Start:September 1, 2011
End:August 31, 2014
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