The fifth annual Communicating Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths (STEM) Conference takes place on 23 June 2011.
The goal of the conference is to provide delegates with the tools required to create and develop partnerships that promote science, engineering, technology and maths. Case studies of successful partnerships between education, science outreach organisations and industry on a European, national and local level will be shared and discussed.
Practical ways for industry to integrate these activities into a corporate social responsibility programme will also be presented.
Speakers will include -
Lionel Alexander (Chief Executive, Hewlett Packard)
o Driving innovation: Keeping Ireland competitive
Katharine Mathieson (Director of Education, British Science Assoc.)
o Creating and developing successful STEM partnerships
Katherine M. Jensen (CSR Manager, Abbott Laboratories)
o CSR and STEM: The perfect partnership
Michelle Star (Liaison Officer, NCE-MSTL)
o Partnering with Pedagogy: Working together to support the curriculum
Bernard Kirk (Director, Galway Education Centre)
o Pedagogy and Industry - The operational level
Aoife O'Donoghue (Cork Outreach Community)
o STEM Partnerships - A Local Focus
Dave Fahy (Director, Dublin City of Science)
o Opportunities to put collaboration into practice
The conference takes place at The River Lee Hotel, Western Road, Cork. Early Bird registration (€50) is available up to the 23rd May.
For more details and bookings see here.