5th Annual STEMS² Symposium
June 28, 9:00am - 4:30pm
Mānoa Campus, In-person and Online
At the 5th Annual STEMS² Symposium, we will explore and celebrate the many dynamic aspects of the webs we weave individually and collectively. The image above was developed by participants at the end of last year’s symposium and is a visual representation of our theme for this year’s symposium. The networks’ collective work with the STEMS² Framework is a dynamic and complex web of integration of places, cultures, identities, and multiple knowledge forms in order to address real-world problems in our local and global communities. How do our webs get built? What is required to sustain their strength? What feeds their growth?
The 5th Annual STEMS² Symposium will take place Tuesday, June 27 – Thursday, June 29, 2023
with opportunities to engage both in person and online. In-person experiences will include activities that physically engage participants with people and places around O‘ahu. Online experiences will include workshops, poster sessions, and talk stories/paper presentations. Whether you participate locally on Oʻahu or from a distance, we invite you to join fellow STEMS² enthusiasts
in exploring the roles that place, culture, and identity play in interdisciplinary education.
Register to attend: https://go.hawaii.edu/y3k
STEMS², Dept. of Curriculum Studies, Mānoa Campus
Waynele Yu, 8089563996, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://coe.hawaii.edu/stems2/symposium/2023/