Finger Lakes Regional Hub

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Finger Lakes Regional Hub
First Fall Conference:
STEM Careers for the 21st
Century
RMSC
October 25, 2013
Sara Silverstone, Ph.D.
Director
Finger Lakes Regional Hub
Empire State STEM Learning Network
[email protected]
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Technology
Engineering
Finger Lakes STEM Hub
Organizing Committee
Connie Duff
Keda Brock
Joseph Marinelli
Michelle
Kavanaugh
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Mathematics
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Jeff Dillon
Betsy Ukeritis
Mary Thomas
Deborah Massey
Pat Huntington
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Board of Champions
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Kate Bennett, RMSC
Dan White, Monroe #1 BOCES
JoAnne Antonacci, Monroe-Orleans 2
BOCES
Joseph Marinelli, WFL BOCES (ret.)
Sandy Parker, RBA
Dee Kerr, VWR Education
Rick Dastin, Xerox
Joe Klein, Klein Steel
Karen Benjamin, WorldLeaders
Matthew Augustine, BioDrill Technical
Solutions
Jody Siegle, Monroe County School
Boards Association
Karen Benjamin, WorldLeaders
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Bill Destler, RIT
Daan Braveman, Nazareth College
Chris Dahl, SUNY Geneseo
James Sunser, GCC
Anne Kress, MCC
Jonathan Franz, Empire State College
Lisa Ryerson, Wells College
Marvin McMickle,
Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School
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Stephen Philip Johnson, Cornell
University
Shirley Mullen, Houghton College
Carol Wilke, Greater Rochester Quality
Council
Allen Casey, M/E Engineering
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Sponsors
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Special Recognition
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Finger Lakes STEM Hub
For extraordinary service to the
Finger Lakes STEM Hub…
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Michelle Kavanaugh
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Who we are…
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Finger Lakes STEM Hub
• A member of the Empire State STEM Learning Network
• Aligned with the Finger Lakes Region – one of ten economic
development regions designated by Governor Cuomo
• A member of the 14-state STEMx national network of states
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Engineering
Mission
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Finger Lakes STEM Hub
The Finger Lakes Hub of the Empire State
STEM Learning Network is a catalyst for
collaboration among business, education,
community organizations, government
entities and passionate individuals leveraging
diverse resources together to advance the
interdisciplinary teaching and learning of
science, technology, engineering and
mathematics (STEM) disciplines for sustained
economic vitality in our nine- county Finger
Lakes Region.
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Vision
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Finger Lakes STEM Hub
The Finger Lakes STEM Hub is an
exemplary region thriving on
collaborative innovation and inspiring
learners to succeed in a rapidly
changing world.
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Core Values
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Finger Lakes STEM Hub
• collaboration, innovation, economic vitality,
education, and sustainability
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Priority Areas
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Finger Lakes STEM Hub
• Professional Learning
• Community Awareness & Involvement
• Student Impact
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Accomplishments
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Finger Lakes STEM Hub
• Hub Launch – May, 2012, SJFC
• Online communication tools
• STEM Blog:
fingerlakesstem.wordpress.com
• Email list
• Website: www.EmpireSTEM-FL.org
• 110 pages, 500 visitors/week and growing
• STEM Video contest – 2012-13
• Summer, 2013: Strategic Planning
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Engineering
S.M.A.R.T Goals/Action Teams
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• S.M.A.R.T. Goal 1: develop a cadre of 25 educators
by June 2014 who will…develop STEM learning that
integrates career awareness and mandatory
teaching/learning standards.
– Intensive summer PD
– Leveraging partners in developing career
awareness
– Lesson modules developed during the program
– Team Leader: Bruce Capron
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S.M.A.R.T Goals/Action Teams
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• S.M.A.R.T. Goal 2: Establish a partnership with the AD
Council of Rochester and develop a public media campaign
promoting the meaning and importance of STEM education,
by May, 2014.
– develop a public media campaign promoting the meaning
and importance of STEM education
– sharing best practices and engaging stakeholders
– Team Leaders Rusti Berent and Candace Schneggenburger
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Technology
Engineering
S.M.A.R.T Goals/Action Teams
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Finger Lakes STEM Hub
• S.M.A.R.T. Goal 3: Identify and recognize a minimum of 5
exemplary STEM initiatives in the region by September,
2014.
– Develop criteria based on STEM learning rubrics
– Select exemplars based on rigorous review
– Share models and best practices in the region
– Team Leader Mary Thomas
• Kickoff meeting on Monday, October 28th
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Mathematics
Finger Lakes STEM Hub
Enjoy the afternoon!
We welcome your feedback
www.EmpireSTEM-FL.org
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