Register Now for Free STEM Workshop

Conference focused on hands-on mathematics and science learning for teachers is set for Oct. 15 in Riverside

Pamela Clute holding a piece of paper during a talk.

Pamela Clute, special assistant to the chancellor at UC Riverside

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (www.ucr.edu) — Registration is now open for teachers in the Inland Empire who want to participate in the STEP Conference on October 15th from 3:45 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. at Bourns Inc., 1200 Columbia Ave., Riverside.

This year’s program theme is “Educate to Innovate and Inspire.” Presentations and activities are particularly designed to prepare and motivate students toward STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics] study and participants will be provided creative ideas and the materials to implement those ideas in their classrooms.

This teacher conference will be facilitated by Pamela Clute, special assistant to the chancellor at the University of California, Riverside and a mathematics educator for more than 40 years. Attendees will participate in numerous hands on activities which demonstrate the interconnectedness of STEM.

Instructional materials will be provided along with a certificate of recognition from Congressman Ken Calvert, the founder and honorary chairman of the conference. A light dinner will be provided and door prizes given away.

Due to limited seating, STEP is only open to first time attendees. Reservations are required by September 26. There will be no walk-ins allowed on the day of the event. RSVP to face@ucr.edu or 951-827-5425.

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