"STEM Education, Outreach, and You"

"STEM Education, Outreach, and You"

"STEM Education, Outreach, and You"

Julie Edmonds

May 15, 2015

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Julie Edmonds, director of the Carnegie Academy for Science Education (CASE), led a workshop titled, "STEM Education, Outreach, and You," on Friday, 15 May 2015, in the Abelson Collaboration Center as part of DTM's Postdoctoral Development Workshop series.

After receiving her Ph.D. in molecular marine biology form James Cook University in 1989, Edmonds became a postdoc at the National Institute of Health. It was at NIH that she was first introduced to science education programs, through Carnegie’s former President, Maxine Singer.

Edmonds led the group through the majority of CASE's programs that promote science education among students and educators in the Washington D.C. metro area. She also provided multiple opportunities for postdocs to both diversify their resumes and become more involved in mentoring programs.

Attendees:

Geophysical Laboratory Postdocs

  • Cecile Feuille
  • Zach Geballe

DTM Postdocs

  • Pamela Arriagada
  • Jessica Donaldson
  • Brad Foley
  • Marion Le Voyer
  • Amanda Lough
  • John Platt
  • Johanna Teske

Administrative and Scientific Staff

  • Michael Acierno
  • Rick Carlson
  • Robin Dienel
  • Jan Dunlap
  • Steve Shirey
  • Robert Stern (Merle A. Tuve Senior Fellow)