306 – AU STEM School: What does STEM mean to AU? 

    Presenters: Kathryn Walters-Conte (College of Arts and Sciences), Meg Bentley (Biology), Nathan Harshman (Physics) & Lauren Weis (Philosophy & Religion)  

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    Time: 2:30 PM – 3:20 PM

    Session Description

    As the sciences grow at AU, we have the opportunity to redefine STEM at AU. While the traditional definition of STEM is science, technology, engineering, and math, some see “STEM” as a metaphor for 21st-century jobs and expanding access to science careers. In this session, we will explore definitions/ideas of STEM, as well as the current state and possible future of STEM at AU. 

    Learning Outcomes

    • Analyze views/ideas of STEM and engage in activities/dialogue focused on STEM at AU its impact on student success in STEM specifically and AU broadly. 

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