STEM Alliance welcomes educators, partners and stakeholders at its high-level event on 24 November 2016

Happy to announce the upcoming STEM Alliance high level event on 24 November 2016 in Brussels. The event gathers industry stakeholders, education decision-makers and the European Commission to present major achievements and innovations in STEM teaching based on activities developed with schools.

The event will aim to show in action what practionners are doing to innovate in STEM education and promote STEM careers with the support of industries. It will provide high visibility to initiatives based on industry-education collaboration; reward the most innovative schools and STEM teachers, winners of the STEM4YOU competition and present results from its first major publication on trends in STEM education.

STEM Alliance will welcome honoured guests from schools, industry and EU institutions, among which are Michel Van der Bel (Corporate Vice President, EMEA, Microsoft), Marianne Thyssen (European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Mobility), and Tibor Navracsics (European Commissioner for Youth, Education, Sports and Culture). 

The programme of the event will include a presentation of the achievements of STEM Alliance so far, a panel discussion on STEM education issues, and an exibition for participants to learn more about what companies, teachers, schools and students are doing around science, technology, engineering, mathematics, entrepreneurship and arts education. The event will also include an official awards ceremony for the winners of the STEM4YOU competition, who will receive recognition for their efforts to improve STEM education in their schools. 

For more information about the event, see our full event page.