Take part in the 2nd Annual STEMS² Symposium! Once a year the larger STEMS² community has the opportunity to get together and share inspiring work taking place next door and around the globe.

During the STEMS² Symposium we share how we are questioning and challenging the normative STEM narrative of what counts as STEM and whose knowledge matters. We invite teachers, students, researchers, community members, community partners, informal educators and anyone interested in STEMS² education to explore the roles that place, culture and identity play in addressing issues of equity and access while striving for educational experiences grounded in interdisciplinary real-world problem-solving. Our goal is to create a dynamic learning environment grounded in the value of Aʻo (to teach and learn in a reciprocal relationship). We work to create inclusive, interactive spaces to hear as many voices as possible in multiple formats.

Take part in the 2nd Annual STEMS^2 Symposium

Registration is Open & Free <Sign Up Today!>

This year the symposium will be fully on-line via ZOOM over the mornings of Thursday, June 25th and Friday, June 26th. Monitor the Symposium Website for updates and please share with networks you believe may be interested. The registration deadline is June 23rd. Complete this quick form in advance to receive updates on the event.

Symposium Knowledge Sharing <Space for Partner and Exhibitor Tables Still Available>

Mahalo to all who submitted proposals. Our sessions are closed yet we still have space for our partner and exhibitor tables. Each table will be provided their own breakout room during our 60-minute poster session. Participants will have the opportunity to roam from room to room exploring the tables and conversing with your host. Share your interest with the planning committee by email (STEMS2@hawaii.edu).

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To learn more about STEMS2 check out our website, Instagram or Twitter.

If you have any questions regarding the symposium please feel free to contact us directly at STEMS2@hawaii.edu

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