Project Description

This Roundtable is about:

Engineers will be in high demand in the future, but interest in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) is fading. Careers are decided at younger ages, but students doubt STEM´s usefulness. On the other hand, when it comes to teaching STEM in primary and secondary schools, there is more attention to the M and the S than to the E and the T which are mainly overlooked despite the jobs’ prospects in a technology-focused world.

This roundtable will focus on how to promote STEM programs that will motivate the next generation of STEM professionals taking advantage of innovation in the classroom.

Speakers:

Andrea

Andrea Brose

Director for Teaching and Learning at Hamburg University of Technology

Sebastian Staacks

Developer of Phyphox, RWTH Aachen University

Julia

Julia Freudenberg

CEO at Hacker School
Gesine

Gesine Liese

Founder of KINDERFORSCHER & NachwuchsCampus

Olaf Zeiske

Professor at Goethe Schule Harburg

Moderator:

Alexander Penn

Professor at Hamburg University of Technology

Speakers:

Andrea

Andrea Brose

Director for Teaching and Learning at Hamburg University of Technology

Sebastian Staacks

Developer of Phyphox, RWTH Aachen University

Julia

Julia Freudenberg

CEO at Hacker School
Gesine

Gesine Liese

Founder of KINDERFORSCHER & NachwuchsCampus

Olaf Zeiske

Professor at Goethe Schule Harburg

Moderator:

Alexander Penn

Professor at Hamburg University of Technology

Excite-Enable-Ignite for a STEM Future

Hours and Dates

22 September
16:00-17:30 (CEST)

Place

ONLINE

Free

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