The 3rd Annual STEM Summit will be held August 13-15, 2019 at the Wenatchee Convention Center.
The STEM Summit highlights multiple professional learning opportunities for teachers and educational staff members in the area of science, technology, engineering and mathematics taught by experts and specialists in their fields.
The Summit typically hosts about 450 attendees over 3 days with over 60 sessions offered.
We are pleased to announce the following confirmed presenters and panels:
Keynote Presenter: Kenneth Wesson (Tuesday):
Kenneth Wesson is a former higher education faculty member and administrator. He delivers keynote addresses on the neuroscience of learning for educational organizations and institutions throughout the United States and overseas. His research is frequently published and referenced in Parents Magazine, HealthNet, and the journal Brain World.
Keynote Presenter: Dr. Carol O’Donnell (Wednesday):
Carol O’Donnell is the Director of the Smithsonian Science Education Center (SSEC), a unit of the Smithsonian Institution that is dedicated to transforming the learning and teaching of science throughout the nation and world. In this role, she is responsible for all operational activities and planning for the unit, including building awareness for K-12 science education reform among State and district leaders; conducting programs that support the professional growth of K-12 science teachers and school leaders; and, overseeing all research and curricular resource development, philanthropic development, and administration.
Lunch With Legislators (Thursday):
-A representative from Governor Inslee’s Office
Book your lodging before July 13, 2019
Hilton Garden Inn Wenatchee
25 North Worthen Street
Wenatchee WA 98801
Group Name: STEM SUMMIT
CLICK HERE for Lodging Reservation
Feedback from Previous Attendees
“So many good ideas! Thank you for the time to start my planning. This was exactly what I needed!”
“I loved being able to be a student during the sessions. It helped me to experience what my students will learn.”
“A wealth of information and resources for elevating our students’ learning experience.”
“Great ideas that I can use in my classroom!”
Previous STEM Summit Information