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  • October 3
    2017
    Webinars & Trainings

    Open Mic webinars are free form chats offered to new members and potential members to give them a chance to ask any question about Teen Science Cafés and to get answers from other members in the network. They are typically 20 minutes long and we chat until all questions are answered. Be bold, join us and ask your questions.

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  • October 4-6
    2017
    Conference

    ML is a 2-day conference, featuring experts on cutting edge learning practice and design with a focus on access, engagement, and equity for all young people.

    The Digital Media and Learning Conference is an annual event supported by the MacArthur Foundation and organized by the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub located at the UC...

  • October 6
    2017
    Webinars & Trainings

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE) invites individuals or groups of individuals from the U.S. research community to submit White Papers on topics in science, engineering, and/or STEM education that are ripe for international network-to-network collaboration. Responses should identify...

  • October 9-12
    2017
    Conference

    Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums' conferences represent the world's largest and most significant gatherings of people dedicated to sustaining and advancing indigenous cultures. With a reputation for providing the very best in programming, as well as serving as an essential forum for the advancement of issues important to...

  • October 13-15
    2017
    Conference

    Want to sharpen your science communication skills and learn how to tell compelling stories in new ways? Come join us in Southern California for an intimate weekend of workshops, networking, and socializing!

    SciCommCamp offers a west coast-based camp-style retreat that brings science communicators and scientists of all career stages...

  • October 17-21
    2017
    Conference

    Our 46th Annual Conference will build on more than four decades of work in our field to think creatively and collectively about how we can create a more sustainable future. We will pay tribute to the importance of the first international conference on environmental education, which was held in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 1977, and brought together...

  • October 18-21
    2017
    Conference

    We live in an era in which humanity’s capabilities—and our challenges—are progressing faster than most of us can comprehend. As we confront the major issues of our century, we’ve never had better tools at our disposal, or a more pressing need to use them wisely.

    Yet most efforts to create positive change remain locked in ‘silos of...

  • October 19-21
    2017
    Conference

    SACNAS is an inclusive organization dedicated to fostering the success of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans, from college students to professionals, in attaining advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in STEM.

    Equal parts science, culture, and community, 2017 SACNAS is the largest diversity in STEM conference in...

  • October 21-24
    2017
    Conference

    The Association of Science-Technology Centers will hold its annual conference in San Jose, CA from October 21-24, 2017. For more information, visit the ASTC website.

  • October 22
    2017
    Call for Papers
    Please consider presenting at the 21st annual Informal Science Educators Association of Texas conference, February 21-23, 2018 at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas and Fort Worth Botanic Garden! Click here to submit a proposal! Deadline for Proposals is October 22, 2017 The theme for our 2018 conference is Seeds of Change . As we celebrate...

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