STEMSTL Executive Director Natalie Self speaking at EdhubSTL Wednesday Webinar
From bioscience to geospatial technology, St. Louis has staked its future in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), and our youth need to be prepared. But what changes do we have to make to our schools and workplaces to ensure Black students can thrive in STEM?
Join for a conversation about what equitable STEM actually looks like, and how shifting towards anti-racism in our STEM education and workforce training systems will better support our students in the long run.
When: July 8th from 4:30pm to 5:30pm.