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Deadline extended for Resource Exhibit proposals to May 15

Please note, we are no longer accepting proposals for breakout sessions

May 04, 2015

The deadline for submission of proposals for Resource Exhibits for the 2015 Massachusetts STEM Summit program has been extended until Friday, May 15. (Please note, however, that we are no longer accepting proposals for breakout sessions.)

If you are involved in an innovative STEM initiative, we encourage you to submit a proposal to demonstrate and share information about your program in the Summit's exhibit hall. This is a great way to share your work with peers and follows this year's Summit theme of "Promising Practices, Proven Results".

Resource Exhibits showcase tangible implementation of programs, theoretical models, or concepts. The target audience for the exhibits typically include practitioners at all levels, eager to learn and interact with new ideas for their schools, programs, and organizations.

Proposals may address any of the Summit's topical strands:

  • Career Awareness & Workforce Development
  • Digital Education
  • Early Education
  • K-12 Education  
  • Higher Education - 2 year
  • Higher Education - 4 year+
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Out-of-School Time
  • Research and Practice

Guidelines for the preparation and submission of proposals, as well as the proposal form, can be downloaded from the Summit website.

Proposals received in response to the Call will be reviewed by the Strand review committees, which will select the sessions and exhibits to be included as part of the 2015 Summit program.

Results of the review process are expected to be announced no later than July 31, 2015.

Please feel free to share this announcement with relevant professional associations, colleagues, etc.

Massachusetts STEM Summit 2015 will be held on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA.

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