Join us for an information session on the STEM Innovator program and how it can equip students with critical STEM innovation and entrepreneurship skills.
The Research Development Office is hosting a virtual information session on Friday, April 5 from 10 to110 a.m.
Dr. Leslie Flynn (Clinical Associate Professor, Management and Entrepreneurship) will provide an overview of the STEM Innovator Program and how it may be incorporated into NSF Broader Impacts and NSF CAREER proposal education plans.
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Dr. Flynn specializes in STEM innovation and entrepreneurship, with a focus on developing curriculum and providing professional development. In addition, Dr. Flynn is a founder of the STEM Innovator program to enhance access and equity in education.
The STEM Innovator program is designed "for teachers to infuse innovation and entrepreneurship into K-12 classrooms through community partnerships. The national program provides curriculum, instruction, and assessment tools to take student teams from start-up idea to commercialization opportunities."
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Register here by Thursday, April 4. A calendar invitation and Zoom link will be sent upon registration.