Project Description

This Roundtable is about:

In an already complex world facing rapid technological, economic and demographic change, the pandemic has reinforced the need to make Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) a priority in order to build resilient societies. But interest in STEM is still not there among students of all ages, in particular girls.
In this roundtable, experts will discuss what changes need to take place to inspire younger generations to choose a STEM career taking advantage of the current momentum in the debate for innovation in education.

Speakers:

Leticia González
Innovation Unit at UNICEF Spain
Ines
Inés Sánchez de Madariaga

Member of the Advisory Council of the Spanish Network for Sustainable Develop

Marta Encinas-Martín
Counsellor and OCDE Education Gender Ambassador at OCD
Rocio
Rocío Millán
Technological Education Program Officer at Siemens Gamesa
Steve
Steve Mackenzie
Senior Concept development manager at Lego Education

Moderator:

Carlos
Sentís

CEO World Innovation
Alliance

Speakers:

Leticia González

Innovation Unit at UNICEF Spain
Ines

Inés Sánchez de Madariaga

Member of the Advisory Council of the Spanish Network for Sustainable Develop

Marta Encinas-Martín

Counsellor and OCDE Education Gender Ambassador at OCD
Rocio

Rocío Millán

Technological Education Program Officer at Siemens Gamesa
Steve

Steve Mackenzie

Senior Concept development manager at Lego Education

Moderator:

Carlos Sentís

CEO at World Innovation Alliance

Opening Ceremony

Hours and Dates

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

Place

ONLINE

Free

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