Discover your pathway through engineering biology
STEM Investors, Educators, Professionals, & Supporters, 
Next week Thursday, April 26 at 6:00PM,  STEM Pathways will host an event with the goal of deepening and further establishing a meaningful community and support network for industry partners, higher education, K12, programs, and resources to aid the next generation in discovering their pathway through STEM.  
Your voice is needed to continue to build upon the meaningful strategies that ensure graduates of regional K12 schools have access to educational and research programs related to STEM and synthetic biology at Boston University and MIT, and industries in the region to have access to a highly-skilled, technically-competent workforce pipeline to fill the projected needs forecasted.

We will breakdown the dialogue topic  "Exposure to STEM: Systems, Misconceptions, and Actions For the Student, Teacher, and Professional" in ways to lead to actionable outcomes

Would you be a part?  Register today at or Both links will direct you to register.  Please feel fr ee to share this with your colleagues who are also invested in the development and preparation of the next generation of STEM leaders and innovators!    Be a part as we engineer biology and create pathways for a new generation! Looking forward to connecting with you soon!  

Thank you! 

Tiffany E. Grant King
STEM Pathways Program Coordinator  |
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STEM Pathways is the outreach program of the Living Computing Project  which is sponsored by National Science Foundation's Expeditions in Computing Program (Awards #1522074 / 1521925 / 1521759).   Partner universities and businesses include Boston University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Lincoln Labs,  BBN Technologies, and TEGrant Consulting.
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