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Models for Science Centers as STEM Conveners
At the Models for Science Centers as STEM Conveners workshop, the Carnegie Science Center opened its doors to science center and museum leaders from around the country, showcasing the Carnegie Science Center Chevron STEM Center as a model for other institutions looking to become STEM conveners in their own communities.

The workshop featured presentations from Carnegie staff, a panel with the Chevron STEM Center community partners, and a period of reflection and discussion that allowed participants to share their reactions to the Carnegie model.

Carnegie presenters included co-directors Ron Bailie and Ann Metzger, on the road to collaboration:

They were followed by director of STEM programs Linda Ortenzo director of science and education John Radzilowicz:

The proceedings from this workshop are available online.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact the ASTC professional development team at profdev@astc.org. Additional information on the Carnegie Science Center Chevron STEM Center is available on their website.



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