The STEM Conference is a collaboration between NKU’s CINSAM and the University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science. Together, we aim to supply educators with high-quality, applicable tools to improve STEM education in our region.
Each year, hundreds of regional K-12 teachers & school administrators converge to explore STEM education instruction, technology, and cutting edge techniques.
Date: November 9, 2021
Time: To be determined
Location: UC, Tangeman University Center
Theme: To be determined
Thank you to all that contributed to and participated in the 2020 virtual STEM Conference!
Attendees can access recordings and materials for each session through their Whova account until May 2021. Sign in using the Whova event login credentials you created to attend the event.
Directions to Kenton Garage & NKU Student Union
Please park in the Kenton Drive Parking garage and proceed across the street to the student union. Upon entering the garage, pull a ticket from the parking machines, you will receive a validation ticket at registration.
Directions if traveling from US 27: From US 27 turn into the Main Entrance of Northern Kentucky University. Get in the right lane and veer to the RIGHT at the bottom of the hill. Avoid the roundabout circle completely. Turn LEFT at the stoplight on to Kenton Drive. Go straight until you see the Kenton Drive Parking Garage on your right. The Student Union is directly across from the Kenton Drive Parking Garage.
Directions if traveling from 275: Take the Three Mile Road exit and turn right off the exit. Turn RIGHT at the stop light on to Kenton Drive. Go straight until you see the Kenton Drive Parking Garage on your right. The Student Union is directly across from the Kenton Drive Parking Garage.
To those that attended the STEM Conference on September 19th, we thank you for joining us and for your continued dedication to your students and yourself.
Select the session dropdowns below to access the materials* covered in the sessions you attended.
*Some presenters did not provide electronic materials.
SU 104: Promoting Problem Solving & Creativity Through Game Design
SU 105: Using Trigonometry To "Solve" The World Water Crisis
SU 108: STEM Resources From The Cincinnati Art Museum
SU 302: STREAM Into The Engineering Design Process With Inquiry Based Learning
SU 102: Once Upon A Time With STEM
SU 104: Reimagining Science & Engineering Fairs: A Pathway To Student Success
SU 109: Lakota Cyber Academy: An Industry Powered Cyber-Security Program
SU 302: Integrating 3D Printing Into The Math Classroom
SU 105: Ready- Start- STEAM
SU 106: Polynomial and 3D Printing
SU 108: Challenge-Based Learning For The Algebra Classroom
SU 302: Engaging Elementary Students With Picture Perfect Science/STEM