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Registration for the 13th Annual FEEC is officially open! The Center for Initiatives in STEM, in conjunction with our industry partners, will host the 2018 FEEC at the UCF Student Union on March 2, 2018. We are thrilled to offer an informative program with the opportunity for attendees to network and establish new STEM education contacts!

Thanks to the support of our conference partners, there is no cost for attending this event. Once registered, additional details about the conference (parking, directions, and other particulars) will be sent to the email address that you provide on your registration form.

About the conference
K-12 STEM teachers, administrators, practicing engineers and other (informal) educators from across Florida involved in and/or interested in learning more about STEM education are welcome to attend the conference. Activities for the day include:

•     A keynote speaker representing the education sector and/or STEM professional organizations and industries

•     An industry panel to include senior STEM administrators from corporate agencies to discuss the importance of STEM to the future workforce

•     A series of concurrent interactive and hands-on workshops

Register Now! http://stem.ucf.edu/feec/

Please also keep in mind that we are still accepting workshop proposals. Those interested in presenting an interactive workshop are encouraged to submit a proposal at the "Call for Presenters" link on our website. Proposals will be accepted through January 15, 2018. (Direct link: http://stem.ucf.edu/feec/call-for-presenters/)

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at this year's FEEC!

Sincerely,

Renee Sackett

K-12 Coordinator, iSTEM

Initiatives in STEM

University of Central Florida

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