ARLINGTON, Va.—March 10, 2021—Given the continued concerns around travel and current CDC restrictions, the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) has rescheduled the face-to-face 10th annual STEM Forum & Expo on July 28–30 to a virtual conference that will take place from July 26–30.
The July 26–30 Virtual STEM Forum professional learning experience will include featured keynotes and sessions, special STEM education showcases, networking, a marketplace, and more. Individuals who have submitted proposals for a session at the Detroit STEM Forum will be contacted shortly about the switch to the virtual format.
“While we are disappointed that this summer we cannot physically be with the thousands of educators who look to us for face-to-face professional learning, we are looking forward to providing another top-notch virtual conference for all who are seeking to learn more about STEM education, programs, partnerships, schools, and curricula,” said Elizabeth Allan, NSTA President.
“As the nation slowly returns to the status quo and as more people are comfortable convening in an in-person setting, we look forward to welcoming our teachers back this fall at one of our three area conferences scheduled for Portland, Oregon (October 28–30); National Harbor, Maryland (November 11–13); and Los Angeles, California; (December 9–11),” said Erika Shugart, NSTA Executive Director.
NSTA has rescheduled the Detroit face-to-face STEM Forum for July 19-21, 2023.
Kate Falk, NSTA
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