Workshop Details

During the 2-day STEM workshop, We noticed a few fellow tech pundits, bloggers, and politweeters in the audience and found that others shared their thoughts using social media toolsets such as Twitter; we like to capture those inputs as well.

Please use hashtag #NRCSTEM when blogging or tweeting about the workshop and panel session topics.

Thanks also to everyone that helped advertise the workshop whether by viva voce; by advertising the workshop (e.g., Triangle Coalition); or somewhere in between.  We truly appreciate your support.

Many thanks,

KBrown (aka DoDSTEMWorkshop)

Official DoD STEM Workshop Blogger and Researcher for the Committee on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Workforce Needs for the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Defense Industrial Base

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An Update: Workshop Presentations Posted on the Home Page

We have posted the presentations on the Workshop’s main website under the Agenda and Presentations section. 

Many thanks again for sharing your feedback either by replying to one of the panel discussion topics or sending us your general comments.  It was lovely to meet and reconnect with so many professionals passionate about this topic at this STEM workforce forum. We read all inputs and encourage you to continue to share your questions and feedback.  Please post your general comments and inquires on the workshop under the Panel Session 3 section or you may also email your responses and inquires on the Workshop to DoDPanelSession3@nas.edu.

Many thanks,

KBrown (aka DoDSTEMWorkshop)

Official DoD STEM Workshop Blogger and Researcher for the Committee on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Workforce Needs for the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Defense Industrial Base